Richard Neutra is considered one of the 20th century's most important modernist architects, and he worked with his wife, Dion, on a number of key projects. Neutra was born in Vienna, came to the United States in 1923, and shortly afterwards settled in Los Angeles. This remarkable digital collection from the UCLA Libraries brings together his travel sketches, papers, drawings, rolled plans, blueprints, audio recordings, and photographs. Visitors can scan through the items by language, name, subject, or type. Some of the highlights here include his work on the Lovell House and a number of early drawings for architectural details and vistas. Also, the collection includes some of his most interesting work for the American Liquid Gas Company from the late 1930s. For architects and artists, this collection will serve to inspire and edify. Recommendation: use the beta image viewer link (in the upper right corner) in vertical view for the best look at the images.