August 25, 2010
Richard Neutra is considered one of modernism’s most important architects. The Austrian architect was active primarily in Southern California. The exhibition Richard Neutra: Buildings and Projects 1960-1970 in Switzerland at the Swiss Architecture Museum focuses on the his projects in Switzerland.
Between 1960 and 1970, Richard Neutra realized two housing developments and eight villas in Europe. Four of the projects were located in Switzerland, three further Swiss projects were never built.
The exhibition at the Swiss Architecture Museum presents plans, drawings and other materials from the Richard Neutra estate in Los Angeles and models and photography by the Dutch architecture photographer Iwan Baan that was especially commissioned for this show.
Richard Neutra: Buildings and Projects 1960-1970 in Switzerland / Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel. Vernissage, August 21, 2010.
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