As the LA Times notes, “Glendale is home to a number of architectural gems designed by some of the most celebrated architects of the last century” including Richard Neutra’s Taylor House.
Renowned architects Richard Neutra, Alexander Ban, and Josef Van der Kar each lent their vision to the Millard Kaufman House, while celebrated landscape architect, Garrett Eckbo, shaped the outdoors.
On the market for the first time ever is the home Richard Neutra designed for Elsa and Robert Sale in Brentwood.
Published in Architectural Record and Arts & Artists magazines, the Bonnet House by Richard Neutra located in the Hollywood Hills was (and still is) widely hailed by critics.
After all these years Richard Neutra’s Loring House remains the finest example of pure, unadulterated, mid century boxcar design.
Built on a knoll with city-to-ocean views, the Hammerman House by Richard Neutra hits the market.
The most desired unit at Richard Neutra’s Strathmore Apartments is up for sale. (And for a Neutra it’s also surprisingly affordable.)
The Schaarman House by Richard Neutra just hit the market in the Hollywood Hills. And you can imagine the expletives of excitement that followed.