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Neutra House VDL

The Neutra VDL House is an enduring icon of modernism, where Austrian-born architect Richard Neutra designed the Silverlake VDL House as an experimental live-work space that served as his residence until his death in 1970. The three-story, glass-paned house, and studio is an emblem of California midcentury design, an interaction where the materials respond to the environment through light and space.