Richard Josef Neutra (1892-1970) was born in Vienna. He was the city architect for Luckenwalde, then worked as a draftsman-collaborator
with Erich Mendelsohn in Berlin before immigrating to the United States in 1923. He worked with Frank Lloyd Wright (1924)
before settling in Los Angeles. His most productive years were during 1930s and 1940s. The collection consists of travel sketches,
papers, drawings, rolled plans, blueprints, audio recordings, and photographs related to Richard Neutra's career as an architect.
Richard Josef Neutra was born in 1892 in Vienna; immigrated to US, 1923; Frank Lloyd Wright invited him to Taliesin during
the fall of 1924; Neutra moved to Los Angeles, CA, 1925; most productive years were during 1930s and 1940s; spent most of
his last decade in partnership with his son, Dion; published several books, including Wie baut Amerika? (1927) and Survival Through Design (1954); died in 1970.
486 oversize boxes
379 oversize folders
374 oversize boxes [deposit]
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