MARCH EXCHANGE - RICHARD NEUTRA'S RICE HOUSE

Located on a granite ridge 100 feet above the James River, the Rice House is a striking example of the International Style and one of Richmond’s finest works of architecture. Commissioned by Ambassador Walter Rice and his wife Inger in the 1960’s, the house was designed by famed architect Richard Neutra and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Time: 5:30 – 7:30, speakers at 6:15 pm

Speaker: Bodil Hanneman, Rice House Team Leader ( Restoration & Preservation Team)

Catering by MOSAIC 

Parking for the Shuttle: First Presbyterian Church, 4602 Cary Street / Lower Level Parking  bioRide Shuttles will go between the church and house 5pm - 8pm

Sponsors: 

Arias Design Build

Watershed Architects

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