Born and raised in Vienna, Richard Neutra (1872-1970) came to America early in his career, settling in California. His influence on post-war architecture is undisputed, the sunny climate and rich landscape being particularly suited to his cool, sleek modern style. Neutra had a keen appreciation for the relationship between people and nature; his trademark plate glass walls, and ceilings which turn into deep overhangs, have the effect of connecting indoor and outdoor space. Neutra’s ability to incorporate technology, aesthetics, science, and nature into his designs won him recognition as one of Modernist architecture’s greatest talents.
William Morris and the Arts & Crafts in Great Britain
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
March 15 - October 07, 2018
March 21 - October 07, 2018
Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos and Furniture design in Viennese Modernism
Imperial Furniture Collection, Vienna
April 11, 2018
100th anniversary of Otto Wagner’s Death
May 30 - September 30, 2018
Post Otto Wagner: From the Austrian Post Savings Bank to the Post-Modern
100 Years of Bauhaus
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