Built by the iconic Richard Neutra, the home embodies his International Style as seen in the plywood material, muted palette, repeated modular forms, and repetition of glass surfaces.  Photo 2 of 6 in Richard Neutra’s Plywood Demonstration House Hits the Market at $4.9M

Richard Neutra’s Plywood Demonstration House Hits the Market at $4.9M2 of 6

Built by Richard Neutra for the 1936 California House and Garden Exhibition in Los Angeles, the 2,257-square-foot Brice Residence—also known as the Plywood Demonstration House— embodies the architect’s modernist style as seen in the muted palette, repeated modular forms, and repetition of glass surfaces.

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