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If so, he might have missed what RMS was doing. While both men at this point could be said to be working in an international mode a la Cali-
fornie, only Schindler's work could be said to reflect De Stijl ...
Neutra touches taken up by RMS include details like the flush ceiling lighting strips. But I don't think we see Neutra using lath strips as exterior
decking ! Photos I took at the C C Fitzpatrick house (also 1936) show this decking up close; a vintage shot of the house appears to show the
translucent effect that this treatment produces, in daylight.
(I believe that's a wire trellis, not a clothes-drying apparatus ...!)
At Walker an early photo reveals the same use of lath-like decking, this time running parallel with the length of a
skinny exterior deck; in a color photo this has been replaced with spaced boards of more normal dimensions ...
Andrew also wrote a book that came out last year on The Walker House. I searched on amazon, but it is out of stock there and someone is offering it for $295. I found it at a small distributor online here for anyone interested for the price I paid, $36:
https://shop.oogaboogastore.com/product ... er-house-1