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Male, Austria/US, born 1892-04-08, died 1970-04-16

Associated with the firms network

Architectural Group for Industry and Commerce; Neutra and Alexander, Architects; Neutra and Neutra, Architects; Neutra and Pfisterer; Neutra and Winkler, Associated Architects; Neutra, Richard J., Architect; Southeast Housing Architects, Associated


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, Gustav Ammann, Landscape Architect, Zurich, Switzerland, c. 1919-1921; Draftsman, Erich Mendelsohn, 1921-1922; Draftsman, Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, WI, 1924;

Neutra collaborated with Rudolph M. Schindler, 1924-1926, Los Angeles, CA; Partner (with Rudolph Schindler), Architectural Group for Industry and Commerce, Los Angeles, CA, 1926-1927.

Principal, Richard J. Neutra, Architect, Los Angeles, CA, 1928-1949; Partner, Neutra and Neutra, Architects, Los Angeles, CA, 1950-1970 (residential commissions); Partner, Neutra and Alexander, Architects, Los Angeles, CA, 1949-1958 (institutional design).

Richard and Dion Neutra and Associates, Los Angeles, CA, 1965-1970. Richard Neutra returned to live in Vienna in 1966, and died in Germany four years later.

In 1965, Neutra formally partnered with architect and son Dion Neutra as Richard and Dion Neutra and Associates. In 1966, he moved back to Vienna, Austria. He died in Germany in 1970 while in the middle of an argument with a client, according to grandson Justin, who later made a short film about Neutra, listed on the left. In 1977 Neutra was awarded the AIA Gold Medal.

Teaching

Graduate Course Instructor, University of Southern California (USC), College of Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, 1932.

Neutra lectured widely. He delivered talks at North Carolina State University's School of Design in 1950 and on 12/13/1957.

Professional Activities

Neutra joined the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 1930.

Professional Awards

The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building in Los Angeles, CA, won an American Institute of Architects Honor Award in 1952; Honorary Member, Mexican Association of Architects, c. 1946; Honorary Member, Cuban Association of Architects, c. 1946; Honorary Member, Bolivian Association of Architects, c. 1946; Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA), 1947.

Posthumous recipient, Americna Institute of Architects (AIA), Gold Medal, 1977.

Archives

The Richard J. Neutra Archives are housed in the Department of Special Collections, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Library.

Education

College

Graduate, Sophiengymnasium, Vienna, Austria, 1910.

Technische Universität Wien, Technische Hochschule, Wien, Austria, 1910-1918. Neutra was educated with Adolf Loos (1870-1933) and influenced by Otto Wagner (1841-1918) at the Technische Universität Wien. At TU Wien, he also worked with Professors Max Fabiani (1865-1962) and Karl Mayreder (1856-1925).

Personal

Relocation

Richard Neutra Immigrated to the United States in 1923 from Austria. He joined his friend and Austrian compatriot Rudolph Schindler in Los Angeles. Neutra developed an internaitonal practice headquartered in Los Angeles's Silver Lake neighborhood.

Parents

His parents were Samuel and Elizabeth Glaser Neutra;

Spouse

He married Dione Niedermann Neutra (b. Austria 04/14/1901-d. Los Angeles County, CA, 09/01/1990) in Hagen, Germany, 12/23/1922;

Children

He and Dione had three sons: Frank, Dion and Raymond; Dion, an architect, became a partner in the residential practice of Richard J. Neutra, c. 1950;

Biographical Notes

In 1912, he took a journey through Italy and the Balkan countries with a classmate at the Technische Hochschule, Vienna, Ernst Ludwig Freud (1892-1970), the fourth child of psychiatrist Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and Martha Bernays (1861-1951), who would later become an architect in Germany and England. Freud studied at the Technische Hochschule between 1911 and 1913.



Associated Locations

  • Vienna, Vienna Austria (Architect's Birth)
    Vienna, Vienna Austria

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PCAD id: 179


NameDateCityState
Adelphi University, Library, Garden City, NY1964Garden CityNY
Auerbacher House, Redlands, CA1953RedlandsCA
Bailey, Stuart G., House, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA1947-1948Los AngelesCA
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Beckstrand House, Palos Verdes Estates, CA1940Palos Verdes EstatesCA
Berger House, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1939Los AngelesCA
Branch House, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Brown House, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA1955Los AngelesUS
Brown, J.N., House, Fishers Island, NY1936Fishers IslandNY
Buff, Conrad, II, and Mary Marsh, Studio and Garage, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, CA1928Los AngelesCA
California Military Academy, Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
California State University, Northridge, Northridge, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Case Study House #06, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA1946-1948Los AngelesCA
Catalina Ticket Office, Los Angeles, CA1933Los AngelesCA
Channel Heights War Housing, San Pedro, Los Angeles, CA1943San Pedro, Los AngelesCA
City of Los Angeles, Eagle Rock Playground Club House, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, CA1952Los AngelesCA
Clark, John Paul and DeVee, House, Pasadena, CA1957PasadenaCA
County of Los Angeles, Hall of Records Building #2, Los Angeles, CA1963Los AngelesCA
Crescent Professional Building, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Davey House, Monterey, CAMontereyCA
Davis, Frank and Kathryn, House, Bakersfield, CA1937BakersfieldCA
De Graaf, Jan, House, Dunthorpe, OR1940DunthorpeOR
De Schulthess, Alfred, House, Cubanacan Playa, Havana, Cuba1956Havana
Diatom Prefabricated House Project1923
Elkay Apartments, Westwood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Elysian Park Heights Public Housing Project, Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles, CA1949-1953Los AngelesCA
Garden Grove Community Church #1, Garden Grove, CA1961Garden GroveCA
Goodson House, Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, CA 1948Los AngelesCA
Greenberg House, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1949Los AngelesCA
Grelling House, Ascona, Switzerland1955AsconaTicino
Haefely House, Long Beach, CA1952-1953Long BeachCA
Hammerman House, Los Angeles, CA1954Los AngelesCA
Hansch, Corwin H. and Gloria J., House, Claremont, CA1955ClaremontCA
Hinds, J.D., House, Mount Washington, Los Angeles, CA1951Los AngelesCA
Hofmann, Arthur and Mona, House, Hillsborough, CA1936-1937HillsboroughCA
Holiday House Motel, Malibu, CA1950Escondido Beach, MalibuCA
How, James Eads, House, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA1925-1925Silver Lake, Los AngelesCA
Jardinette Apartments, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1927Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Kahn, Sydney, House, Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, CA1939-1940San FranciscoCA
Kaufman, Edward A., House, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1936-1937Westwood, Los AngelesCA
Kaufmann, Edgar J., House, Palm Springs, CA1946Palm SpringsCA
Kelton Apartments, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1941-1942Los AngelesCA
Koblick, Harry, House, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
Kronish House, Beverly Hills, CA1955Beverly HillsCA
Kun, Josef, House, Los Angeles, CA1936
Laemmle Theatres Company, Main Office Building #1, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1933Los AngelesCA
Landfair Apartments, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1936-1937Los AngelesCA
League of Nations, Headquarters Project, Geneva, Switzerland1926
Leah-Ruth Retail Store, Long Beach, CA1926Long BeachCA
Lewin House, Santa Monica, CA1938Santa MonicaCA
Los Altos Orchard Houses, Los Altos, CA1936
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Bell Avenue Elementary School, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1935BellCA
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Junior High School, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1937Los AngelesCA
Lovell, Philip and Leah, House, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, CA1928-1929Los AngelesCA
Maslon, Samuel and Luella House, Rancho Mirage, CA 1962Rancho MirageCA
Maxwell, Charles and Sybil House, Brentwood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
McIntosh House, Los Angeles, CA1939Los AngelesCA
Mensendieck House, Palm Springs, CA1937Palm SpringsCA
Miller, Grace Lewis, House, Palm Springs, CA1936Palm SpringsCA
Montecito House, Montecito, CAMontecitoCA
Moore, James D., House, Ojai, CA1953-1954OjaiCA
Nesbitt, John, House, Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA1942Los AngelesCA
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association, Offices, WIlshire Center, Los Angeles, CA1950-1951Los AngelesCA
O'Brien, J.C., House, Shreveport, LA1951ShreveportLA
O'Hara House
Orange Coast College, Business Education Building, Costa Mesa, CA1951-1952Costa MesaCA
Oxley House, La Jolla, CA1958La JollaCA
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Perkins House, Pasadena, CA1955PasadenaCA
Plywood Model Experimental House, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
Pueblo del Rio Public Housing, Vernon, CA1940-1941VernonCA
Rourke House, Beverly Hills, CABeverly HillsCA
Rush City Air Transfer Project1930
Scholts Advertising Company Building, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Serulnic, George and Dorothy, House, La Crescenta, CA1954La CrescentaCA
Singleton, Henry E. House, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA1959Los AngelesCA
Slavin House, Santa Barbara, CA1958Los AngelesCA
Sorg, Mrs. K., House, San Gabriel, CASan GabrielCA
Sorrell, Mr. and Mrs. Maury, House, Shoshone, CAShoshoneCA
Strathmore Apartments, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1937Los AngelesCA
Texas House, Dallas, TX1937DallasTX
Tremaine, Warren and Kathleen, House, Montecito, CA1950MontecitoCA
Troxell, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R., House, Pacific Palisades, CALos AngelesCA
United Auto Workers Building, Pico Rivera, CA1961Pico RiveraCA
United States Department of State, U.S. Embassy, Karachi, PakistanKarachiSindh
United States Government, Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS), Gettysburg National Military Park Visitor Center, Cyclorama Building, Gettysburg, PA1961GettysburgPA
Universal Pictures Company, Incorporated, Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1930Los AngelesCA
Van Cleef House, Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, CAWestwood, Los AngelesCA
van der Leeuw (VDL) Research House #1, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA1931-1933Silver Lake, Los AngelesCA
VDL Research House #2, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA1963-1964Los AngelesCA
von Sternberg, Josef, House, Northridge, Los Angeles, CA 1935Los AngelesCA
Ward-Berger, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1939Los AngelesCA
Watts Housing Development, Watts, Los Angeles, CA1941Watts, Los AngelesCA
Wirin House, Los Feliz, Los Angeles, CA1949Los Feliz, Los AngelesCA
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