April 19, 2007 Case Study Houses, Charles Goodman, I.M. Pei, Richard Neutra, River Park, Slayton House

ArchitectureDC on I.M. Pei, Neutra and Goodman Homes in D.C.

When I was looking for information on the D.C. “Case Study House,” I came across this Summer 2003 issue of ArchitectureDC, a publication of the Washington chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Not only does it have a short item on that house, but an interesting article (beginning on page 7 of the issue) on the 1962 I.M Pei-designed Slayton House located here in Cleveland Park. The magazine also has short items (page 14) on the 1968 Brown House by Richard Neutra in the Van Ness area and one on Charles Goodman’s 1960s aluminum-infused River Park townhomes, which are located on 4th St., SW, between N and O streets.

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  1. Anonymous — April 20, 2007 @ 4:46 am         Reply

    Michael Wilkinson a photgrapher and writer in DC is writing a book on the Neutra house. There are pics of the Neutra house on his Web site.



  2. Mid-Century Mike — April 21, 2007 @ 6:40 am         Reply

    Thanks for reminding me. I’ve seen his sight before. I updated the post with a link to his pictures of the house.

  3. ?ar?chitect — July 3, 2009 @ 4:57 pm         Reply

    Ha! That Neutra house is one of my favorites from growing up. I never knew it was by him, let alone knew who he was, but always thought it was a really cool house. The vertically laid stone at the entrance is a great detail.

  4. thewebgal — August 5, 2011 @ 11:04 am         Reply

    Love your MC-DC site – but I think you have linked to a server spam farm for your pictures of the Neutra home in DC
    (4chairsdesign.com – its pretty unintelligible today)

    The direct Michael K. Wilkinson link should be –

    Thanks again!

    1. Mid-Century Mike — August 9, 2011 @ 4:18 pm         Reply


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