RICHARD NEUTRA 1892 – 1970
Richard Neutra created modern living in California, where he lived and dedicated his career. All his designs embrace the surrounding outdoors, often through porches, patios, or gardens, and with many of his houses living elegantly and precisely within the landscape.
A turning point in Neutra’s career was the Lovell House in Los Angeles—a balanced reflection of his interests in cubism, in transparency, and in quality of life. Neutra is now most remembered for his masterpiece, the 1946 Kaufmann Desert House in Palm Springs, CA. It was commissioned by Edgar J. Kaufmann, a businessman who also commissioned Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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KAUFMANN DESERT HOUSE
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