The Neutra Pescher house is one of the most wonderful houses of the midcentury era in Germany. The aesthetic of modernist architectural design that so many of us have come to love, is ever present in this particular house in harmony with the elangance of midcentury style.
Richard Neutra the Austrian-American architect known for his modernist buildings, most of them in Southern California, spent his last years in Europe, where he designed eight villas and two residential developments in Germany, France, and Switzerland.
The Richard Neutra was one of the most famous and celebrated architects of the 20th Century. The Austrian-American architect known for his modernist buildings, most of them in Southern California, spent his last years in Europe.
This incredible residence is all about elegant intersections, its glass-walled living areas are based on minimalist style of living, its reinforced-concrete walls with aluminum and framing views is considered one of Richard Neutra’s greatest achievements.
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With the long clean lines and sheet glass from floor to ceiling makes this house a unique master piece. Other amenities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, cellar, and garden.
The interpretation of the living atmosphere in a contemporary manner still raises debate nowadays over the modern domestic architecture of the Sixties.
It’s hard for me to find words to justify how great his homes really are, they are minimal without being clinical, packed full of character and colour without the chaos that this can bring, and most importantly inviting and tailor made to each owner. An epitome of visual balance and poise. Richard Neutra was and still continues to be a remarkable inspiration, a really example of mid century in Germany.