Raymond Richard Neutra | Neutra’s Nearness to Nature: Why and How

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NewSchool is pleased to announce a Neuroscience for Architecture Colloquium Series Lecture by Raymond Richard Neutra. This event is free and open to all NewSchool students, faculty, alumni, staff, and the general public. Seating is very limited so an RSVP is required. If you are unable to attend in person, please click here to register for the live stream.

Raymond Richard Neutra | Neutra’s Nearness to Nature: Why and How

Stimulated by his father’s 1954 book “Survival Through Design”, Raymond Neutra, M.D., DR., P.H. made his career in medicine and environmental epidemiology. He taught at Harvard and UCLA before joining the California Department of Public Health to head up the Division of Environmental and Occupational Disease Control. He will talk about the roots of his father’s “biorealistic approach” to architecture and the ways he integrated his environments with nature.

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