Neutra House/Van Der Leeuw Research House, Silverlake, Los Angeles, 1933. Living Room Lovell House, East Hollywood By Richard Neutra, 1929. Entrance At Upper Level From The Street Villa Wagner 2, Hutterbergstrasse, Vienna By Otto Wagner, 1912 - 1913. The Facade Of The Loggia Is Faced With Glazed Tiles Fixed With Aluminium Bolts Views From Street. Kaufman House, Westwood By Richard Neutra, 1937. The Principal Public Spaces Open Away From The Street & Onto The Garden

About this talk

Running time: 25 minutes

Richard Neutra is famous for adapting the International Style to Southern California with domestic projects that included the Lovell House, the von Sternberg House and the Kaufmann House.

This talk, one of a series conducted by the architectural publisher John Peter, was recorded in 1955 at Neutra's own home in Los Angeles, the metal and glass Neutra Research House, an early example of the houses that made his name.

Here Neutra explores the psychological and biological approach behind his work - reflective of the intellectual environment of the Vienna of his youth.

Richard Neutra

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