modern home history

A work in progress...

My feeble (and ongoing) attempt to document the development of modernism in home design through 1950. Yes, I know: The list is incomplete. I'm working on that... Please feel free to suggest houses and architects I need to add. Things start to get a little crazy after 1930 or so as modernism takes off.

The story thus far, as far as key points in the development of modernism (as I see it):

- 1893 on: Frank Lloyd Wright's blocky massing.
- 1896: "Form ever follows function" (later shortened to "Form follows function") written by Louis Sullivan (and borrowed from the sculptor Horatio Greenough who used the phrase in 1852).
- 1908, March: Frank Lloyd Wright publishes his first essay in the "In the Cause of Architecture" series, laying out his six propositions on architecture.
- 1910: The publication of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Wasmuth Portfolio", introducing Wright to the Germans and the rest of Europe.
- 1910: Adolf Loos gives a speech titled "Ornament and Crime", a treatise against ornament in architecture, later published in 1927.
- 1913: Gropius publishes "The Development of Industrial Buildings"
- 1914-1918: World War I (There was a lot more deconstructing than constructing going in during the war, but this pause in the development of physical architecture allowed great leaps forward in conceptual architecture)
- 1917: The birth of neoplasticism via the de Stijl movement
- 1919: Gropius establishes Bauhaus
- 1921-1922: Design and construction of the Schindler-Chace House in Los Angeles
- 1922-1930: Le Corbusier's early modern work (which "perfected" modern)
- 1927: The Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart
- 1929: Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion (glass walls)
- 1932: Museum of Modern Art's show on modern architecture, the works contained therein later commemorated as the "International Style"
- 1951: Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House (the glass house)


Folks I need to look into:

Paul Artaria
Fuchs
Gocar
Favarget
Lonberg-Holm
Ragnar Ostberg
Sartoris
Mercadal
Tait
Clough Williams-Ellis
Bourgeois
Eggerickx
Kiessler
Peter van der Muelen Smith
Paul Nelson
A. Lawrence Kocher


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1891-1892: Charnley House, Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)






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1892: Harlan House, Frank Lloyd Wright (with Louis Sullivan; Chicago, Illinois)



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1893-1894: Winslow House, Frank Lloyd Wright (River Forest, Illinois)






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1896-1897: Heller House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)



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1901: Fricke House, Frank Llloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois; still exists)



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1900-1901: Habich House, Joseph Maria Olbrich (Darmstadt, Germany; destroyed in WW II)



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1903-1905: Martin Carriage House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)




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1903-1905: Martin House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)




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1903-1906: Villa Karma, Adolf Loos (Clarens, Switzerland; still here)





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1904: Beach Villa Concept, Wunibald Deininger (Wagner School; Vienna, Austria; concept)



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1904: Cite Industrielle (project for an ideal city), Tony Garnier (concept; shown in 1904, published in 1918)






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1904-1905: Heath House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)




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1904-1906: studio house, István Medgyaszay (Gödöllő, Hungary)





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1905: Villa Lugs ins Land, Adalbert Pasdirek-Coreno (Laßnitzhöhe, Austria; still exists)




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1905: Villa Pramberger, Adalbert Pasdirek-Coreno (Graz, Austria; still exists)



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1905-1911: Palais Stoclet, Joseph Hoffman (Brussels, Belgium)






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1907: Allen House, Irving Gill (Bonita, California)




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1907: Paramore House, H. Jordan MacKenzie and Moise H. Goldstein (New Orleans; still exists, but modified)



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1908: Boynton House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Rochester, New York; still here)






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1910: Frank Lloyd Wright publishes "In the Cause of Architecture" in the Architectural Record



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1908-1910: Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)









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1909: Gale House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Oak Park, Chicago)





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1909: Steffens House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)



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1910: Frank Lloyd Wright publishes the Wasmuth Portfolio.







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1910: Adolf Loos gives a speech titled "Ornament and Crime"



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1910: Steiner House, Adolf Loos (Vienna, Austria)




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1911: Villa Tony Garnier, Tony Garnier (Lyon, France; still exists)




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1912: Small Town House, Frank Lloyd Wright (concept)



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1912-1913: Scheu House, Adolf Loos (Vienna, Austria)





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1912-1913: Villa Wagner, Otto Wagner (Vienna, Austria)





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1912-1916: American System-Built Homes, Frank Lloyd Wright (various, United States)










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1913-1914: Scholl House, Joseph Frank (Vienna, Austria)




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1914: The Glass Pavilion, Bruno Taut (Cologne, Germany)








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1914-1915: Dom-ino House, Le Corbusier (concept; employed later)





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1914-1916: The Dodge House, Irving Gill (Los Angeles, California; destroyed)









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1915: Bach House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)







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1915-1916: Scripps House, Irving Gill (La Jolla, California; still exists)





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1915-19: Villa at Huis ter Heide, Robert van't Hoff (Utrecht, The Netherlands)





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1916: The log house, R.M. Schindler (unbuilt)








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1917: House for a sugar mill owner, Adolf Loos (Hrusovany u Brna, Czech Republic)



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1917: Villa Allegonda, J.J.P. Oud (Katwijk aan Zee, Netherlands; still here but heavily modified)







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1917: Oak Park House, R.M. Schindler (Oak Park, Illinois; unbuilt)



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1917-1921: Barnsdall House (Hollyhock), Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California)





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1918: Betonwohnhaus, J.J.P. Oud (concept)



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1919: Horatio West Court, Irving Gill (Santa Monica, California)



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1919: The Monolith Home, R.M. Schindler for Frank Lloyd Wright 





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1920: Director's House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; for Frank Lloyd Wright)





(photo by Moby!)






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1920: Daal en Berg Houses, Jan Wils (Den Haag, The Nederlands)





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1920-1921: Villa Sevensteyn, W. Ma. Dudok (The Hague, The Nederlands)






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1920-1922: Sommerfeld House, Gropius (Berlin, Germany)




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1921: Jacob Korsen Apartments, R.M. Schindler (built?)




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1921: Konstruction, Farkas Molnár (concept)




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1921-1922: Double Villa, Erich Mendelsohn (Berlin, Germany; still here)




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1921-1922: Schindler Chace House, R.M. Schindler (West Hollywood, California)
















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1922: Maison Citrohan, Le Corbusier (concept)




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1922: Ozenfant House and Studio, Le Corbusier (Paris, France; still here [roof modified])






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1922: Red Cube House, Farkas Molnár (concept)



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1922: Wood Frame House, Farkas Molnár (concept)



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1922: Design for a Family House, Farkas Molnár (concept)



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1922: Wohnhaus, J.J.P. Oud (concept)



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1922: Floren duplex, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; still exists)




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1922-1923: House Michaelsen, Karl Rudolf Schneider (Hamburg, Germany; still with us)




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1922-1924: Popenoe Cabin, R.M. Schindler (Coachella, California)




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1922-1924: Taggart House, Lloyd Wright (Hollywood, California)







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1922-1925: Cite Moderne, Victor Bourgeois (Brussels, Belgium)



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1922-1926: Lovell Beach House, R.M. Schindler (Newport Beach, California)



























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1923: Model Maison Particulière, Theo von Doesburg and Cornelis van Eesteren (concept)








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1923: Model Maison d'Artiste, Theo von Doesburg and Cornelis van Eesteren (concept)








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1923: Sommerfeld Houses, Erich Mendelsohn and Richard Neutra (Berlin, Germany)







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1923: Site manager's shed, J.J.P. Oud (Rotterdam, Netherlands)




reproduction


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1923: Lowes House, R.M. Schindler (Eagle Rock, California)





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1923: El Pueblo Ribera Court, R.M. Schindler (San Diego, California)












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1923: Villa La Roche-Jeanneret, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)






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1923: Woonhuls aan de rivier [house on the river], C. van Eesteren (Alblasserdam, Nederlands)





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1923: Ennis House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California)








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1923: Freeman House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California; still here)




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1923: Millard House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Pasadena, California)





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1923: Storer House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California)




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1923: Concrete country house (unbuilt), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe








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1923: Le Corbusier publishes "Vers un Architecture" (Toward an Architecture)



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1923-1924: Villa Sternefeld, Erich Mendelsohn (Berlin, Germany; still here)






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1923-1925: Villa "Le Lac", Le Corbusier (Corseaux, Switzerland)





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1923-1928: Villa Noailles, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Hyeres, France)







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1924: Aalsmeer House, Johannes Duiker and Bernard Bijvoet (Aalsmeer, The Nederlands; still here)





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1924: Auerbach House, Gropius (Jena, Germany; still exists)





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1924: John Cooper Packard House, R.M. Schindler (South Pasadena, California; destroyed)




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1924: Modern Fruges Quarter, Le Corbusier (Pessac, France)






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1924: Model for a villa, Robert Mallet-Stevens (concept)



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1924: Reitveld-Schroder House, Gerrit Rietveld (Utrecht, The Nederlands)











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1924: Brick country house (unbuilt), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe






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1924-1925: Villa Paul Poiret, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Yvelines, France)




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1924-1926: Gibling House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; destroyed)







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1924-1927: Claeson House, Joseph Frank (Falsterbo, Sweden)



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1925: Dymaxion House, R. Buckminster Fuller (concept)





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1925: Workers' Houses, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret (Bordeaux, France)



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1925: Maison Tzara, Adolf Loos (Paris, France)





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1925: Maison Bomsel, André Lurçat (?)




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1925: How House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; still here)




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1925: L'Esprit Nouveau Pavilion, Le Corbusier (Paris, France; destroyed after nine months but rebuilt in Bolgna, Italy in 1977)







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1925: Villa May, Ernst May (Frankfurt, Germany)       ?





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1925-1926: New Ways House, Peter Behrens (Northampton, United Kingdom)




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1925-1926: Lovell Ranch, R.M. Schindler (Fallbrook, California; destroyed)





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1925-1927: Wolf House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (Gubin, Germany [now Poland]; destroyed during WW II)









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1925-1927: The Dwelling, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


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1925-1928: Wittgenstein House, Paul Engelmann and Ludwig Wittgenstein (Vienna, Austria; still exists)




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1926: Bauhaus, Walter Gropius (Dessau, Germany; some destroyed during WW II)









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1926: Lenglet House, H.L. de Koninck (Brussels, Belgium)






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1926: Villa Moller, Adolf Loos (Vienna, Austria; still exists)



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1926: Lovell Cabin, R.M. Schindler (Wrightwood, California)


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1926: Sorg House, R.M. Schindler and Richard Neutra (San Gabriel, California; destroyed)



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1926-1927: Weissenhofsiedlung, Le Corbusier (Stuttgart, Germany; still exists)





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1926-1927: Landhuas Dr. Bejach, Erich Mendelsohn (Berlin, Germany)




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1926-1927: Gregory Farmhouse, William Wurster (Santa Cruz, California)




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1926-1928: Villa Stein-de Monzie, Le Corbusier (Vaucresson, France; still exists)









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1926-1927: Apartments at Weissenhofseidlung, Peter Behrans (Stuttgart, Germany)



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1926-1929: E-1027 House, Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici (Cap Martin, France; still here)









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1926-1932: onkel toms hütte, Bruno Taut (Berlin, Germany)





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1927: House for the Weissenhof Estate, Victor Bourgeois (Stuttgart, Germany; still here)



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1927: House of the architects, Barbera and Stanislaw Brukalski (Warsaw, Poland)



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1927: House in the Weissenhof suburb, Walter Gropius (Stuttgart, Germany)









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1927: House for Josephine Baker, Adolf Loos (unbuilt)



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1927: Guggenbuhl House, Andre Lurcat (Paris, France)



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1927: Villa des Freres Martel, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Paris, France; still here)










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1927: Villa Allatini, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Paris, France)



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1927: Villa Dreyfuss, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Paris, France)



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1927: Villa Reifenberg, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Paris, France)



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1927: Weissenhof Row Houses, J.J.P. Oud (Stuttgart, Germany)




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1927: Chauffeurswoning, Gerrit Rietveld (Utrecht, Nederlands; still here)







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1927: The Dwelling, Hans Scharoun (Stuttgart, Germany) 





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1927: Serial Housing, Mart Stam (Stuttgart, Germany)




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1927-1928: rue Simon-Dereure, Pierre Patout (Paris, France)



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1927-1928: La Nouvelle Maison, H. van de Velde (Tervuren, Belgium)




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1927-1929: The Villa of Architect Evžen Linhart, Evžen Linhart (Praha, Czech Republic)





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1927-1929: Melnikov House, Constantine Melnikov (Moscow Russia)







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1927-1930: Villa Heim, Gabriel Guevrekian (Paris, France; still here)






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1927-1930: Lange and Esters Houses, Mies van der Rohe (Krefeld, Germany; still exist)













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1927-1932: Maison de Verre, Johannes Duiker and Bernard Bijvoet (Paris, France)




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1927-1932: Aluminaire House, Albert Frey and A Lawrence Kocker (various locations; currently on Long Island)








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1928: Kumeli House, Alvar Aalto (concept)



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1928: Melder House, Marcel Breuer (concept)



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1928: Jespers House, Victor Bourgeois (Brussels, Belgium)



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1928: Lewin House, Walter Gropius and Peter Behrens (Berlin, Germany)





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1928: Szyller House, Bogdan Lachert and Józef Szanajca (Warsaw-Saska Kępa, Poland)





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1928: Maison Voisin, Pierre Patout (Paris, France; still exists)



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1928: Wolfe House, R.M. Schindler (Catalina Island, California; demolished 2002)













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1928-1929: Schulz House, Lois Welzenbacher (Westphalia, Germany)






1928-1929: Barcelona Pavilion, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe









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1928-1930: Tugendhat House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (Brno, Czechoslovakia; still here)











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1928-1930: Huber-Zweifel residence, Hans Schmidt (Switzerland)





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1928-1931: Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier (Poissy, France; still exists)













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1929: Modernist Villa, Pol Abraham (Louveciennes, France; still here)






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1929: Zuckerkandle House, Walter Gropius (Jena, Germany)




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1929: WuWA nr 35, Heinrich Lauterbach (Wroclaw, Poland)









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1929: Lovell Health House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California; still exists)














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1929: Cabin #1 at Park Moderne, R.M. Schindler (Woodland Hills, California)



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1929: Maison a Boom, Leon Stynen (???)



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1929: Crowstep, Thomas Tait (Newbury, England)



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1929: Westhope, Frank Lloyd Wright (Tulsa, Oklahoma)





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1929-1930: Villa Thérèse, Pol Abraham (Vaucresson, France; still here)





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1929-1930: Battlecreek House, Henry Dubin (Chicago, Illinois)






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1929-1930: Villa Snegaroff, Bruno Elkouken (Sceaux, France; still with us; photos)




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1929-1930: Beer House, Joseph Frank (Vienna, Austria)



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1929-1931: High and Over, Amyas Connell (Amersham, England)








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1929-1935: Villa Girasole (Sunflower House), Ettore Fagiuoli (Marceillise, Italy; still exists; top of house turns with the sun!)










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1929-1930: Am Rupenhorn 25, Wassili Luckhardt and A Anker (_____; still exists)





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1929-1930: Hotel Nord-Sud, André Lurçat (Calvi, ?)




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1930: Studio House, Theo van Doesburg (Meudon-Val-Fleury, France)






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1929-1932: Villa Cavrois, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Croix, France)





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1930: Electrical house at Monza exhibition, L. Figini and G. Pollini (Milan, Italy)



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1930: Concept house in Architectural Record, George Howe and Williams Lescaze



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1930: Casa Tyroler, Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary)



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1930: Canneel Cottage, H.L. de Koninck (Brussels, Belgium; destroyed)



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1930: Villa Dammann, Arne Korsmo (Oslo, Norway)



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1930: Villa Muller, Adolf Loos (Prague, Czech Republic)






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1930: Waldner House, Hans Schmidt (Basle, Switzerland)



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1930: Werner House, Karl Schneider (Hamburg, Germany)



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1930: Elliot House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)




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1930, Braxton House, R.M. Schindler (unbuilt)



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1930-1931: Double House, Otto Eisler (Brno, Czech Republic)







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1930-1931: Willa Jaroslava Haska, Heinrich Lauterbach (Jablonec, Czech Republic; still exists)






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1930-1931: Field House, William Lescaze (New Hartford, Connecticut; still here)








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1930-1931: Casa en Budapest, Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary)



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1930-1931: Wolfers House, H. Van de Velde (Ixelles, Belgium)



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1930-1932: Two houses at Werkbundsiedlung, Gabriel Guevrekian (Vienna, Austria; still here)



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1930-1932: High Cross House, William Lescaze (Dartington, England; still with us)





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1931: House in Taunus Hills, Peter Behrens (Cronberg, Germany)



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1931: Single-family house, Huib Hoste (Zele, Belgium)



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1931: Semi-detached House, Lajos Kozma (Budapest, Hungary)



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1931: Exposition House, Mies van der Rohe (Berlin, Germany; destroyed)










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1931: Erasmuslaan 9 Housing Block, Gerrit Rietveld (Utrecht, The Netherlands)




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1931-1932: Maison Hefferlin, André Lurçat (Ville d'Avray)




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1931-1932: Willa Dr. Schmelowsky’ego, Heinrich Lauterbach (Jablonec, Czech Republic) 




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1931-1932: von Koerber House, R.M. Schindler (Torrance, California)





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1932: Villa Tammekan, Alvar Aalto (Tartu, Estonia; still with us)






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1932: New Farm, Amyas Connell and Basil Ward (Surrey, England)



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1932: Single family house, Jadwiga Dobrzyńska and Zygmunt łoboda (Warsaw, Poland)





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1932: House on Szépvölgyi Avenue, József Fisher (Budapest, Hungary)




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1932: House on Csatárka Street, József Fisher (Budapest, Hungary)



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1932: Director's house, Otto Hassler (Celle, Germany; still exists)



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1932: Akaboshi House, Antonin Raymond (Tokyo, Japan)



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1932: Gericke House, Mies van der Rohe (Germany; unbuilt)





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1932: Jenő Dálnoki-Kováts House, Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary; still exists)







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1932: Manó Schwarz House, Farkas Molnár (Szeged, Hungary)



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1932: Barillet House, Robert Mallet-Stevens (Paris, France)



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1932: Model House, Richard Neutra (Vienna, Austria)





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1932: Neutra VDL Studio and Residence I, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California; later modified)







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1932: The Museum of Modern Art hosts the International Exhibition of Modern Architecture. A book by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson titled "The International Style" documents the exhibition and names the movement.



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1932: Speculative House, William Gray Purcell and Evera Van Bailey (Banning, California)



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1932-1933: Kytlica House, Josef Gočár (Czechoslovakia)





1932-1933: Lemke House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (Berlin, Germany; still with us)










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1932-1934: Tempe a Pailla, Eileen Gray (Menton, France)




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1932-1934: Willey House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Minneapolis, Minnesota)





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1933-1934: Sonneveld House, Brinkman and van der Vlugt (Rotterdam, The Netherlands; still here)






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1933: Villas, Tony Biwer (Luxembourg)




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1933: Brussels House, Huib Hoste (Brussels)




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1933: Lescaze house and office, William Lescaze (New York, USA; still here)








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1933: High Cross House, William Lescaze (Devon, England)








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1933: Weekend House, Farkas Molnár (Felsőgöd, Hungary)





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1933: Mosk House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)




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1933: Koblick House, Richard Neutra (Atherton, California; still here)




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1933: Meyer House, Francis Quetant (Coligny, France)



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1933: Locke House (unbuilt), R.M. Schindler


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1933: Schindler Shelters, R.M. Schindler (concepts)




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1933: Schminke House, Hans Scharoun (Lobau, Germany)








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1933: House of Tomorrow, George Fred Keck (originally at Chicago Illinois at the 1933 Century of Progress International Exhibition, now at Beverly Shores, Indiana)





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1933: Baensch House, Hans Scharoun (Berlin, Germany)






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1933-1934: Spreter House and Studio, William Lescaze (Ardmore, Pennsylvania)



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1933-1934: Flats, Alfred and Emil Roth with Marcel Breuer (Zurich, Switzerland)



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1933-1934: Martens House, H. Van de Velde (Astene, Belgium)



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1934: Crystal House, George Fred Keck (Chicago, Illinois)







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1934: Villa Hoffman, Josef Fischer (Budapest, Hungary)



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1934: Houses on Sasfiók Street, Máté Major (Budapest, Hungary)





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1934: Sten and Franke House, Richard Neutra (Santa Monica, California; still here)




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1934: Beach House, Charlotte Perriand (designed in 1934; built in 2013 in Miami)




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1934: Buck House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)









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1934: House at Leimert Park, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)



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1934: Oliver House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)







First scheme for the Oliver House:



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1934: Bernati A-Frame House, R.M. Schindler (Lake Arrowhead, California)








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1934: Haines House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; unbuilt)



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1934: Falling Water, Frank Lloyd Wright (Bear Run, Pennsylvania)






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1934: Leimert Park House, R.M. Schindler (unbuilt)


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1934-1935: Kramer House, William Lescaze (New York, New York)







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1934-1935: Joose House, William Lescaze (Devon, England)



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1934-1935: Peterhouse Flats, Rex Martienssen (Johannesburg, South Africa)



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1934-1935: Kaun Beach House, R.M. Schindler (______, California)







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1934-1935: van Patten House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)



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1935: Weekend House by Corbu, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)



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1935: House on Szépvölgyi Avenue, József Fisher - (Budapest, Hungary)



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1935: Twin houses on Pálanta Street, József Fisher (Budapest, Hungary)



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1935: Sun House, Edwin Maxwell Fry (London, England)



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1935: Kershner House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Los Angeles, California)



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1935: Laing House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Los Angeles, California; still here)








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1935: Single family house, Lucian Korngold and Henryk Blum (Warsaw, Poland)



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1935: Single family house, Lucian Korngold and Henryk Blum (Warsaw, Poland)



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1935: Single family house, Lucian Korngold and Henryk Blum (Warsaw, Poland)



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1935: Weekend Home on Lupa Island, Lajos Kozma (Budapest, Hungary)




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1935: House on Church Street, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff (London, England; still here)




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1935: The glass house in Uccle, Paul-Amaury Michel (Uccle, Brussels; still exists)



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1935: Beard House, Richard Neutra (Altadena, California)




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1935: von Sternburg House, Richard Neutra (Northridge, California)








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1935: Two family house,  Bohdan Pniewski (Warsaw, Poland)



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1935: Delahoyde House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)




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1935: McAlmon House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)








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1935: Single family house, Włodzimierz Winkler (Warsaw, Poland)



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1935-1936: Aalto House, Alvar Aalto (Helsinki, Finland; still with us)





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1935-1936: Geggie House, R.M. Schindler (Pasadena, California)



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1935-1936: Walker House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)










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1935-1938: Own House, Serge Chermayeff (Halland, Sussex, UK)



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1936: Edwards House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)




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1936: Villa Le Jeannerie, Victor Bourgeois (Sint-Genesius-Rode, Belgium)



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1936: House in Csévi Mew, Józef Fisher and Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary)




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1936: House on Batsányi Street, Alfréd Forbát (Mecsek Mountains near Pécs, Hungary)



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1936: House at Chipperfield Common, Edwin Maxwell Fry (Hertfordshire, England)



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1936: Miramount, Edwin Maxwell Fry (New Malden, England)




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1936: Levy House, Walter Gropius and Edwin Maxwell Fry (London, England)





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1936: House in Csévi Mew, Józef Fisher and Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary)




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1936: Steiguer House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Pasadena, California)



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1936: Kun House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)



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1936: House, Stamo Papadakis (Athens, Greece)



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1936: Fitzpatrick House, R.M. Schindler (California)








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1936: Lipetz House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still here)








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1936-1937: Kraigher House, Richard Neutra with Frank Godwin (Brownsville, Texas; still here; photos from here)







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1936-1937: Warshaw House, R.M. Schindler (not built)



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1936-1937: Jacobs House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Madison, Wisconsin)











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1936-1939: Zacsek Beach House, R.M. Schindler (Playa del Rey, California)




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1937: Dunsmuir Flats, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)









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1937: Ernst House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)





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1937: Weissenhof House, Adolf Bading (Stuttgart, Germany)




1937: Stothart House, J.R. Davidson (Los Angeles, California)





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1937: The double house, Joseph Frank (Stuttgart, Germany; still here)



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1937: Colmorgan House, Bruce Goff (Glenview, Illinois)





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1937: Entenza House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Santa Monica, California)




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1937: Berteaux Cottage, L.H. de Koninck (Brussels, Belgium)




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1937: House, Raymond McGrath (Chertsey, Surrey, UK)



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1937: Darling House, Richard Neutra (San Francisco, California)



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1937: Weissenhof House, Hans Poelzig (Stuttgart Germany)



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1937: Ryan Beach House, R.M. Schindler (unbuilt)




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1937: Dodie Priver House I, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; destroyed)



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1937: Rebhuhn House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Great Neck Estates, New York; still here)






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1937-1938: Gropius House, Walter Gropius (Lincoln, Massachusetts)










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1937-1938: Resor House, Mies van der Rohe (Jackson Hole, Wyoming; unbuilt)










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1937: Rodakiewicz House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)











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1937-1939: Grace Miller House, Richard Neutra (Palm Springs, California)






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1937-1939: Villa Mairea, Alvar Aalto (Noormarkku, Finland)






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1937-?: Hanna House (Honeycomb), Frank Lloyd Wright (Stanford, California)





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1937: Scharlin House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)





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1938: Beckman House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)



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1938: Becker House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)





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1938: Vorkapinch House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)





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1938: Egloff House, William and Margaret Egloff (Mason City, Iowa; still here)





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1938: House at Avenue de l'Uruguay 5, Victor Bourgeois (Bruselles, Belgium; still here)







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1938: The Homewood, Patrick Gwynne (Esher, England; still with us)







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1938: The Barsha Residence, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California; still here)







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1938: Windshield, Richard Neutra (Fisher's Island, New York)






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1938: Schiff and Wolfe Duplex, Richard Neutra (San Francisco, California)




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1938: Southall House and Studio, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California) [still exists]





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1938: Wilson House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California) [still exists]







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1938: Yates House and Studio, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California; still here)



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1938: Austrian House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; destroyed)







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1938: Polito House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still here)






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1938: Ross House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still here)




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1938: Steel Houses for Los Angeles, Frank Lloyd Wright (unbuilt)







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1938-1939: Turzak House, Bruce Goff (Chicago, Illinois; still here)




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1938-1939: Westby House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)





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1938-1939: Gogol Home, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still with us)






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1938-1939: Suntop Home, Frank Lloyd Wright (Ardmore, Pennsylvania)








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1938-1939: Wingspread, Frank Lloyd Wright (Wind Point, Wisconsin)






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1938-1941: Manson House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Wausau, Wisconsin)



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1939: Daniel House, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)



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1939: Hay House, Gregory Ain (North Hollywood, California)





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1939: Tanner House, Alfred Clauss (Knoxville, Tennessee; still here)



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1939: J. Ford House, Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer (Lincoln, Massachusetts)



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1939: Frank House, Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)



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1939: Pumphrey House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Los Angeles, California; still here)





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1939: Villa Stenersen, Arne Korsmo (Oslo, Norway; still with us)





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1939: Newton Road, Denys Lasdun (London, England)






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1939: Zalewski Villa, Bohdan Pniewski (Warsaw, Poland)



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1939: Meyers House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still with us)



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1939: Bazett House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Hillsborough, California)




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1939: Pew House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Madison, Wisconsin)






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1939: Sturges House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Brentwood Heights, California)







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1939-1940: Lautner House, John Lautner (Los Angeles, California)





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1939-1940: van Dekker House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)







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1939-1940: Goetsch-Winckler House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Okemos, Michegan)





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1939-1940: Pauson House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Phoenix, Arizona)

















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1939-1941: Havens House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (Berkleley, California; still here; tours available)









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1940: Droste House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)





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1940: Kimpson/Nixon House, Raphael Soriano (Long Beach, California; still here)





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1940: Koosis House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still with us but  heavily modified)




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1940: Lukens House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still here)





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1940: Affleck House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Bloomfield Hills, Michegan)







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1940: Goetsch-Winckler House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Okemos, Michigan)







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1940-1942: Rodriguez House, R.M. Schindler (Glendale, California)



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1941: Chamberlain Cottage, Marcel Breuer (Weyland, Massachusetts; still here)



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1941: Mann House, J.R. Davidson (Pacific Palisades, California)





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1941: Bonnet House, Richard Neutra (Hollywood Hills, California)







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1941: Strauss House, Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California; still here)



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1942: Finn Juhl House, Finn Juhl (Charlottelund, Denmark; still with us)




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1942: Lek House, Harwell Hamilton Harris (San Diego, California; destroyed)




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1942: Harris House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)




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1942: Ebert House, Raphael Soriano (Studio City, California)




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1942-1947: Katz House, Raphael Soriano (Studio City, California; Soriano referred to this house as the "Gato House" because of disagreements over architectural fees with the client)




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1943: Holston Hills House, Alfred Clauss (Knoxville, Tennessee; still here)






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1944: Jacobs House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Middleton, Wisconsin)






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1945: Geller House, Marcel Breuer (Long Island, New York)





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1945: Dymaxion House II, R. Buckminster Fuller





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1945-1949: The Eames House, Charles and Ray Eames (Los Angeles, California)








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1945-1951: Farnsworth House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe














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1946: Kaufmann Desert House, Richard Neutra (Palm Springs, California)





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1946: Farney House, Philip Johnson (Sagaponack, New York; in jeopardy)







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1946: Bailey House, Richard Neutra (Santa Monica, California)





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1946-1948: Kallis House, R.M. Schindler (Studio City, California)












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1947: The Avenel Housing Project, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)








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1947: Robinson House, Marcel Breuer (Williamston, Massachusetts)





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1947: Breuer House I, Marcel Breuer (New Canaan, Connecticut)



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1947-1950: Shulman House (yes, the famous modern photographer!), Raphael Soriano (Los Angeles, California)








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1948: Casa de Luis Barragán, Luis Barragán (Mexico City, Mexico; still with us)





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1948: Ledbetter House, Bruce Goff (Norman, Oklahoma; still with us)




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1948-1949: Healy Guest (Cocoon) House, Ralph Twitchell (Sarasota, Florida)





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1948-1949: Pratt House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Galesburg, Michegan)





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1949: Hale House, Craig Ellwood (Beverly Hills, California)





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1949: Glass House, Philip Johnson (New Canaan, Connecticut)





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1949: Schaffer House, John Lautner (Glendale, California; still here)






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1950: Women's Home Companion Exhibition House, Gregory Ain (Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York)




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1950: Tucker House, R.M. Schindler (Hollywood, California; unbuilt)



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1950-1951: Erlik House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)






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1950: Rose Seidler House, Harry Seidler (Wahroonga, Australia; still here)






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1950: David Wright House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Phoenix, Arizona)









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1950-1951: Russell House, Erich Mendelsohn (San Francisco, California; still here)






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1950-1952: Ries House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)




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1950-1955: Bavinger House, Bruce Goff (east of Norman, Oklahoma; reportedly destroyed by a windstorm in 2011)












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1950-1960: Kraus House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Kirkwood, Missouri)


96 comments:

  1. Mucho thanks to Devon for the Pages suggestion. Perfect!

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  2. Ohmigosh, you get things DONE. I'm, like, planning out the order of my pages and doing drafts and making lists of which pictures I need before pulling the trigger on Pages.

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  3. Added 1935: McAlmon House (Schindler) and 1938: Wilson House (Schindler)

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  4. Added:

    1926: Bauhaus, Walter Gropius (added photos)
    1928: Lewin House, Walter Gropius and Peter Behrens (Berlin, Germany)
    1929: Zuckerkandle House, Walter Gropius (Jena, Germany)
    1935: Sun House, Edwin Maxwell Fry (London, England)
    1936: House at Chipperfield Common, Edwin Maxwell Fry (Hertfordshire, England)
    1936: Miramount, Edwin Maxwell Fry (New Malden, England)
    1936: Levy House, Walter Gropius and Edwin Maxwell Fry (London, England)
    1939: Newton Road, Denys Lasdun (London, England)

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  5. Added 1917: Oak Park House, R.M. Schindler (Oak Park, Illinois; unbuilt)

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  6. Added 1919: The Monolith Home, R.M. Schindler for Frank Lloyd Wright

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  7. Added:

    1925-1926: Lovell Ranch, R.M. Schindler (Fallbrook, California; destroyed)
    1923: Freeman House, Frank Lloyd Wright
    1926: Sorg House, R.M. Schindler and Richard Neutra

    Split the Dymaxion houses.

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  8. Added:
    1924-1926: Gibling House, R.M. Schindler
    1935-1936: Walker House, R.M. Schindler
    1938-1939: Westby House, R.M. Schindler
    1942: Harris House, R.M. Schindler

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  9. Added:
    1931-1932: von Koerber House, R.M. Schindler
    1934-1935: Kaun Beach House, R.M. Schindler
    1936-1939: Zacsek Beach House, R.M. Schindler
    1938: Yates House and Studio, R.M. Schindler
    1940: Droste House, R.M. Schindler

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  10. Added:
    1929: Cabin #1 at Park Moderne, R.M. Schindler
    1933: Schindler Shelters, R.M. Schindler
    1935: Delahoyde House, R.M. Schindler
    1935-1936: Geggie House, R.M. Schindler
    1937: Ryan Beach House, R.M. Schindler
    1950: Tucker House, R.M. Schindler

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  11. added:
    1917-1921: Barnsdall House (Hollyhock), Frank Lloyd Wright
    1932-1934: Willey House, Frank Lloyd Wright
    1937-?: Hanna House (Honeycomb), Frank Lloyd Wright
    1938-1939: Wingspread, Frank Lloyd Wright
    1938-1941: Manson House, Frank Lloyd Wright

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    1936-1937: Kraigher House, Richard Neutra with Frank Godwin

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    - 1938-1939: Gogol House, Raphael Soriano

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  14. added:

    1936: Lipetz House, Raphael Soriano
    1937: Dodie Priver House I, Raphael Soriano
    1938: Austrian House, Raphael Soriano
    1938: Polito House, Raphael Soriano
    1938: Ross House, Raphael Soriano

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  15. added:

    1938: Southall House and Studio, R.M. Schindler

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    1946-1948: Kallis House, R.M. Schindler (Studio City, California)
    1936-1937: Warshaw House, R.M. Schindler (not built)

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  17. added:

    1940-1942: Rodriguez House, R.M. Schindler (Glendale, California)
    1950-1952: Ries House, R.M. Schindler (Los Angeles, California)

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  18. added:

    1938-1939: Turzak House, Bruce Goff
    1948: Ledbetter House, Bruce Goff
    1950-1955: Bavinger House, Bruce Goff

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  19. Hello!

    I recommend these:

    https://picasaweb.google.com/108624534187794492420/HungarianArtDecoPrecursorsArchitectureBefore1918?noredirect=1#5603772251114775106

    https://picasaweb.google.com/108624534187794492420/HungarianArtDecoPrecursorsArchitectureBefore1918?noredirect=1#5603772264310156834

    https://picasaweb.google.com/108624534187794492420/HungarianArtDecoPrecursorsArchitectureBefore1918?noredirect=1#5627811984467480626

    https://picasaweb.google.com/108624534187794492420/HungarianArtDecoPrecursorsArchitectureBefore1918?noredirect=1#5573874098094242786

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    1. Those are cool! My Hungarian is is a little rusty... Who is/are the architects?

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  20. Kálmán Váczy-Hübschl, sr.
    and
    István (Stephen) Medgyaszay

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  21. Hello!

    The first modnrn cubist building is Villa Allegonda by JJP Oud, in Holland from 1917

    http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Allegonda
    http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacobus_Johannes_Pieter_Oud
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacobus_Oud

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  22. added:

    1933: Mosk House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)
    1933: Koblick House, Richard Neutra (Atherton, California; still here)
    1917-1918: Villa Allegonda, J.J.P. Oud (Katwijk aan Zee, Netherlands; still here but heavily modified)
    1923: Site manager's shed, J.J.P. Oud (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

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  23. Hi!

    Check french Tony Garnier's Cite Industrielle in Google Images. Most of house and urban plans designed between 1901–1904 and published in 1917. He's influenced to Le Corbusier.

    http://images.lib.ncsu.edu/luna/servlet/view/all/who/Garnier,+Tony?sort=Title%2CWellsComName%2CItem_Number%2CDivision_Sequence_Number



    http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/618/flashcards/1220618/jpg/-1061336587780800.jpg

    http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/778/flashcards/481778/jpg/cite21307451516595.jpg

    http://www.gwu.edu/~art/Temporary_SL/177/177_images/177_images_lect_18/lect18_18.jpg

    http://inside.bard.edu/academic/courses/bgc/bgc700-2/urbanfrance/fi/00000003.jpg

    http://community.middlebury.edu/~slides/HA220/images/aoc264.jpg

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/--PQc1OlDd_U/TebdgCDhF_I/AAAAAAAAAAw/gMQoSx2_gs8/s1600/dyn006_original_520_356_pjpeg_2649770_995439820be6ae238fd7aca99666025d.jpg

    http://ilyaunsiecle.blog.lemonde.fr/files/2008/02/2008_0216_130611aa.1203160376.JPG

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    1. Wow: That's cool!

      Added:

      1904: Cite Industrielle (project for an ideal city), Tony Garnier (concept; shown in 1904, published in 1918)

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      1911: Villa Tony Garnier, Tony Garnier (Lyon, France; still exists)

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  24. Hi!

    I recommend Farkas Molnár's „Red Cube House” plan, he's influenced in De Stijl, and designed the FIRST(!) 1x1x1 pure cube house in Bauhaus school and Walter Gropius' office in 1922/1923.

    http://nickkahler.tumblr.com/post/8873876064

    http://www.answers.com/topic/farkas-moln-r

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bauhaus_in_Budapest

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    1. Fantastic!

      I added:

      1921: Konstruction, Farkus Molnar (concept)
      1922: Red Cube House, Farkas Molnar (concept)

      I need to add more of his work...

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      1922: Wood Frame House, Farkas Molnár (concept)
      1922: Design for a Family House, Farkas Molnár (concept)
      1930-1931: Casa en Budapest, Farkas Molnar (Budapest, Hungary)
      1930: Casa Tyroler, Farkas Molnar (Budapest, Hungary)
      1932: Jenő Dálnoki-Kováts House, Farkas Molnár (Budapest, Hungary; still exists)
      1936: _____, Farkas Molnar (Budapest, Hungary)

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  25. Victor Bourgeois

    check their 1922 works, influenced by De Stijl

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Bourgeois

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/be-architect/5775230163/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/be-architect/5775766026/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/erfgoed/4449859149/

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