Dion Neutra in August 2010
|Died||November 24, 2019 (aged 93)|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Dion started training with his father at age 11. He attended the University of Southern California, spending his junior year abroad studying at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology architecture program in Zurich, and graduated cum laude.
He became president of the Neutra company upon Richard Neutra's death in 1970.
He worked with current owners of Neutra properties to update them sympathetically with original design intentions.
As of July 16, 2011, he began writing a blog dedicated to the preservation of the Kronish House in Beverly Hills, California, currently under threat of demolition. Other projects Dion has championed include the Cyclorama Building at Gettysburg on the Gettysburg battlefield, Pennsylvania, and the Mariners Medical Arts Building in Newport Beach, California. He was also concerned about the future of the Los Angeles County Hall of Records since the Records Department has been relocated to Norwalk, California.
- Dion Neutra Reunion House, 1950, Silver Lake, Los Angeles
- Kester Avenue Elementary School, 5353 Kester Avenue, Los Angeles (with Richard Neutra), 1951, Sherman Oaks, California
- Kronish House, 1955, Beverly Hills, California
- VDL II Research House, 1966, Silver Lake, Los Angeles
- Treehouse Apartment, 1968, Silver Lake, Los Angeles
- Scheimer House, 1972, Tarzana, Los Angeles
- Huntington Beach Public Library, 1975, Huntington Beach, California
- Canfield Elementary School, 1976, West Los Angeles, California
- Treetops Apartments, 1980, Silver Lake, Los Angeles
- Claremont Graduate Management Building, 1982, Claremont, California
- "Dion Neutra".
- "Son of famed 20th century architect, Don Neutra, dies". The Los Angeles Times. November 26, 2019.
- ROZZO, MARK (2019-11-25). "Architect Dion Neutra, who fought to save his father's iconic buildings, dies". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2019-11-26.
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