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Neutra

Author: Barbara Lamprecht
Publisher: Köln Taschen, [2016] ©2006
Series: Basic art series 2.0.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Explore a unique blend of structure and surroundings in this essential architectural introduction to Richard Neutra, pioneer of a particularly holistic brand of modernism which incorporated the ragged lines of a landscape as much as the sleek surfaces and pared down geometries of 20th-century cool.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Richard Joseph Neutra; Richard Joseph Neutra; Richard Joseph Neutra
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Lamprecht
ISBN: 3836535963 9783836535960
OCLC Number: 945640439
Description: 96 pages : black and white and colour illustrations, map ; 27 cm
Contents: Diatom series --
Rush city reformed --
Health house --
Van der Leeuw research house --
Mosk house --
Corona school --
Beard house --
Landfair apartments --
Miller house --
Channel heights community --
Nesbitt house --
Rural health centers --
Kaufmann house --
Tremaine house --
Case study house #20 --
Wilkins house --
Hinds house --
Auerbacher house --
Eagle rock park clubhouse --
Taylor house --
VDL research house II --
Bucerius house --
Life and work.
Series Title: Basic art series 2.0.
Other Titles: Richard Neutra, 1892-1970 : survival through design
Responsibility: Barbara Lamprecht.

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