Curbed LA Looks at Richard Neutra's First Commission

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SDR
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Re: Curbed LA Looks at Richard Neutra's First Commission

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Here's one---with fuzzy photos that show nothing Schindlerian at all that I can see. An interesting ceiling in the living room . . .

https://www.sfgate.com/business/article ... to-2365894

Roderick Grant
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Re: Curbed LA Looks at Richard Neutra's First Commission

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Little wonder Gebhard didn't include it.

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