Red Neutra House Numbers
We worked with Dion Neutra to produce the Neutra House Numbers (1930s/2008) true to the originals, in exacting detail. His father, architect Richard Neutra, specified these numbers for use on the mid-century buildings he designed. Richard Neutra’s many notable projects include the Kaufmann House (1947) in Palm Springs, the Lovell Health House (1929) in Los Angeles, and the Kronish House (1955) in Beverly Hills – the subject of a fierce preservation debate as of our presstime. Precision crafted in weather- and corrosion-resistant aluminum, each number weighs half a pound and installs without visible hardware. Designed for visibility, these numbers float approximately .75″ off the wall and cast subtle shadows. Each number comes with mounting hardware, extensive installation instructions and a full-scale drilling template that eliminates any guesswork during installation. Made in China.
- Choose from two finishes: bead-blasted Aluminum or powder-coated Red.
- Each number weighs half a pound and installs without visible hardware.
- Designed for visibility, these numbers measure 4″ tall and float approximately .75″ off the wall to cast subtle shadows.