The sense of physical well-being they produce is one of the most persuasive aspects of modern architecture in its California Style, as such living arrangements came to be called in popular magazines. Yet it is still possible to sit in a Neutra living room and wish that one could get indoors.
Drexler, Arthur, and Thomas S. Hines. The Architecture of Richard Neutra:
From International Style to California Modern
New York: MOMA, 1982, 55.