'Maslon/Engelman Residence' by Don Palmer

'Maslon/Engelman Residence' by Don Palmer


Los Angeles, California (CA), US
1952
Built for Albert Maslon, brother of Samuel Maslon who commissioned Richard Neutra in '62 to build his iconic Palm Springs house (destroyed in 2002), and then passed to Albert's daughter Betty Engelman who continued to use Palmer for expansions. Wright inspired.
1952
Built for Albert Maslon, brother of Samuel Maslon who commissioned Richard Neutra in '62 to build his iconic Palm Springs house (destroyed in 2002), and then passed to Albert's daughter Betty Engelman who continued to use Palmer for expansions. Wright inspired.
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