Neuroscience and Neutra: 70 Years Ahead of His Time

On the evening of December 8th, historian and author Dr. Barbara Lamprecht will speak on “Neuroscience and Neutra: 70 Years Ahead of His Time;” her doctoral dissertation exploring Richard Neutra’s roots in neuroscience and landscape. This unique opportunity is not one to be missed as the lecture will take place at one of Neutra’s architectural… Keep reading

The Price of Modernism

By Michael Aushenker After World War II, the Mid-Century architectural movement known as Modernism thrived in Southern California, where famous practitioners of the school designed houses that interplayed with surrounding nature and defied the cookie-cutter format of suburbia. Many of the most iconic Modernist houses still cling to the hills overlooking the San Fernando Valley…. Keep reading

What Is Mid-Century Modern, Anyway?

By Lydia Geisel It’s an undeniable fact that “mid-century modern” has become an essential part of our everyday design vocabulary. But what would you do if an acquaintance at a cocktail party asked you for a minute-something description of the style? Could you do it? Despite our obvious and enduring obsession, the term “mid-century modern” (first… Keep reading

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