On the evening of December 8th, historian and author Dr. Barbara Lamprecht will speak on “Neuroscience and Neutra: 70 Years Ahead of His Time;” her doctoral dissertation exploring Richard Neutra’s roots in neuroscience and landscape. This unique opportunity is not one to be missed as the lecture will take place at one of Neutra’s architectural marvels; The Lovell Health House. The Lovell Health House was designed and built by Neutra between 1927 and 1929 in the modernist International Style. The home is often cited as the first steel frame house in the United States. Lecture attendees will have the chance to explore the unique home as well as hear a talk from the house’s preservationist, Josh Gorrell. The talk will focus on the history of the Lovell House and its place within the movement of Modernist architecture.

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