VDL House II: Examples of Mid-Century Modern Architecture

VDL House II: Examples of Mid-Century Modern Architecture

In 1933, architect Richard Neutra designed a research house in Silver Lake, Calif., with a non-interest loan from Dutch philanthropist Dr. C.H. Van Der Leeuw and named it the VDL Research House. The radical glass house featured rooftop and balcony gardens. After a fire destroyed most of the original structure, Neutra rebuilt in 1966, adding two floors and a solarium over the original basement and renamed it the VDL House II.

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