Neutra: Pencil Points July 1937; Volume XVIII Number 7. Architectural Monograph, Kenneth Reid.

Neutra: Pencil Points July 1937; Volume XVIII Number 7

New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1937. First edition. Staplebound Wraps. Quarto, pp. 128, illustrated with b/w photographs and drawings, and period advertisements. Very Good in Wraps. Item #21181

This issue features an indepth examination of Los Angeles architect Richard J. Neutra and homes he built, mainly suburban single-family detached homes for wealthy clients, illustrated with many photographs of the interior and exterior of his projects. Neutra came to be considered among the most prominent and important modernist architects. Other articles include "School Training for Architecture: Some Pertinent Thoughts on Education," "A Question of Simplicity", and an article about the use of color, b/w and halftones in architectural renderings. The plates presented include winners in the 1937 Rome Prize Competition.

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