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Schindler and Neutra are “The Princes of Kings Road”

Lovel House architect Richard Neutra

It’s impossible to drive anywhere in Los Angeles and not notice the eclectic architecture is as ubiquitous as the palm trees. From Old Pasadena’s distinctive masonry to the steel high-rises sprouting up like weeds in regentrified areas, part of the city’s charm is in the pioneering flair towards individualistic design, if not, like its residents, relentlessly competing for attention. Two architects, Richard Neutra and Rudolph ...

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Iconic L.A. Architects Neutra and Schindler Reunite in a Site-Specific Play

Princes of Kings Road, play, theater, architects

Gia On The Move: Iconic L.A. architects Neutra and Schindler reunite in a site-specific play, ‘The Princes of Kings Road,’ at the Neutra Institute and Museum of Silverlake. In 1953, iconic L.A. architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler, onetime friends and business partners who had been bitterly estranged for 23 years, found themselves, by a vagary of fate, occupying the same hospital room in Cedars of ...

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