Friday, 21 July 2006

Sternberg House - Richard Neutra


A house designed by an Austrian architect for a German film director, in which one of the great novels of the twentieth-century, The Fountainhead, was written by a Russian. The house is not in Europe: it is in California, several miles outside LA .

Those immigrants, eh. Who needs 'em. They come to your country, they take your jobs ... and do 'em better.

TAGS: Architecture, Immigration

1 comment:

  1. immigrants, illegal immigrants, all the same. As a legal immigrant to NZ I hope you're a bit more careful with the distinction PC. I didn't break laws to comere here and I certainly don't want to be confused with those that do.

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