Corona School, Bell, California, 1935


The first of many schools designed by Neutra. He extended the Corona School and his unorthodox arrangement of the space there made him as famous as a schools architect as he was for designing villas and single-family houses. Neutra virtually revolutionized the building of schools in America. According to him schools should be single story; not only for the ease of ground-level entrances, but much more for their meaningful connection with nature and the opportunity to almost double the size of classrooms.

Source: WikiArchitectura