Born and raised in Vienna, Richard Neutra emigrated to the United States and ultimately joined his fellow Austrian, Rudolph Schindler, at the King’s Road house in Los Angeles. He is considered to be one of the most important modernist architects of the 20th Century. He was even included in the seminal Museum of Modern Art exhibition on Modern Architecture (which had excluded Rudolph Schindler). Along with Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier, Neutra was a student of and helped define the International Style of architecture.

His first major commission, and one of the most noted architectural homes in Los Angeles, was the Lovell Health house in the hills of Los Feliz. This helped cement his reputation and allowed for future notable commissions from desiring clients. Steel framed homes with walls of glass well sited on the property was his forte. Neutra had the ability to weave technology, science and nature into his projects. 

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The Hammerman House c. 1954. Richard Neutra, Architect. Rare and highly valued, impeccably maintained modern gem with stunning views. Very few Neutra’s of this scale, setting, and quality remain on the Westside of Los Angeles. Featuring four bedrooms and four and a half baths and positioned behind gates up a long driveway on over half an acre with expansive westward views reaching to the Pacific Ocean.

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The Sten Frenke House, architect Richard Neutra – Historical Landmark #647, often thought to be one Neutra at his best. Originally custom-built for a Ukrainian actress and her husband in 1934, this iconic Bauhaus inspired piece of architecture won the House Beautiful competition, becoming the first modern home to win that particular contest and was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, No. 647. Located on a double lot at the mouth of Santa Monica Canyon and close enough to the ocean to hear the roaring surf.