Richard and Dion Neutra Picture Gallery

Richard and Dion Neutra Picture Gallery

JACKIE REINACH NEUTRA 1930-2000. MEMORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Welcome to the Neutra Picture Gallery


image courtesy of Richard and Dion Neutra. www.neutra.org
The Father-Son team in the early 60s. The firm celebrates 75 years in practice in '01

"Our environment is often chaotic, irritating, inhibitive and disorienting. It is not generally designed at all, but amounts to a cacophonous, visually discordant accretion of accidental events, sometimes euphemized as `urban development' and `economic progress." -Richard Neutra


Gettysberg Cyclorama Threatened!!! Please
help save this national treasure. Just sign
and click send at the email link below!!!


LEGAL DISCLAIMER:
I have found these materials on and around the web. If you see some of your work here, and want it removed e-mail me and I will delete it. Otherwise thank you all for your talent, concern, and kindness!!! If you wish to be credited and linked, please email me with your link and credit request and appropriate credit will be given at once. If you have any questions or comments, please email me and I WILL respond.

Hello, Thank you for visiting my
picture gallery. Richard and Dion
Neutra are among the greatest
architects of the 20th century.

As I am creating this site, I will add
more and more information about these
legendary artists. :)

Click on thumbnails for larger images and captions.

Several of the images seen in this gallery
are copied with permission, including the entire
last two rows, from the Richard and Dion Neutra
architecture official site, www.neutra.org.

To read about the life of
inspired architect Dion Neutra
CLICK HERE
Copied with permission from Richard and Dion Neutra Architecture, www.neutra.org

To read about the life of
the late great Richard J. Neutra
CLICK HERE
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To learn about the
aims and purposes
of the institute
CLICK HERE
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The music that autoplays on this
page is the Tocotta and Fugue in
D-Minor, THE Grand Organ Prelude
and Fugue by the great J.S. Bach.


A beautiful, innovative structure designed by
Richard J. Neutra is threatened and slated for
demolition. We need help to preserve this valuable
asset to our architectural heritage. For details
on how you can become involved click on the
Gettysburg Campaign link below.

LINKS

Write Letter of support Landmarking the Cyc Center

Gettysburg Campaign

Richard and Dion Neutra Official Website


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For more information on how you can
become involved, or if you wish to donate some
time on the Gettysburg Campaign, please contact:

Dion Neutra, Architect; Executive Consultant [son and partner of Richard Neutra] September 2000

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Institute for Survival Through Design 2440 Neutra Place, Los Angeles, CA 90039 (323)666-1806 phone/fax Or Email Dion at:
DionN@AOL.com

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