The NeueHouse occupies the venerable CBS Radio Building at Columbia Square in Hollywood, a designated L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument, designed in 1938 by the pioneering Swiss-born architect William Lescaze. The structure incorporates classic elements of Streamline Moderne and the nascent International Style of the 1920s and ’30s, including porthole windows, taut rectilinear forms softened by strategic curves, and novel materials such as glass blocks. Riffing on Le Corbusier’s famous dictum, CBS titan William Paley described the facility as “a machine for broadcasting.”
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