Talk: Raymond Neutra on his father & FLW

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Talk: Raymond Neutra on his father & FLW

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1:08:25 - 1:10:30 --- a brief history of American immigration from Europe, at the beginning ...

... just one little treasure of information among many, in this recording.

https://www.besanthill.org/distinguishe ... ra-hvs-57/

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Raymond Neutra seems the perfect advocate for his father: remarkably well-informed, seemingly on every facet of the work and the history---especially remarkable for a son who pursued an entirely different profession ?

And now I know how pronounce De Stijl correctly ! (And we continue to berate ourselves for discussing "style" in connection with architecture ...)

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