Neutra’s Kronish House update: Beverly Hills’ new historic preservation ordinance approved

This past summer we mentioned that Richard Neutra’s Kronish House could be set for demolition — a move fought by Neutra’s son Dion among others. This week the Beverly Hills City Council voted not only to set new rules for demolishing or altering structures at least 45 years old and designed by a “city-recognized architect,” but also to create a landmark designation process through a Cultural Heritage Commission. We’ll have to wait and see if these measures will save the Kronish House.

via LA Times, with a slideshow of “noteworthy structures” both destroyed and mentioned for landmark designation

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