Lovell House, also known as Lovell Health House, is a modern residence located at 4616 Dundee Drive in Los Angeles, California. The house designed by Richard Neutra and built in 1927-1929 for Philip Lovell, a physician and naturopath.
The house is the first steel frame house in the United States. It also an example of the use of gunite (sprayed-on concrete). The interior of the building showing Neutra’s interest in Cubism, transparency, and hygiene. The impressive part of the building is the balconies that suspended just by slender steel cables from the roof frame. The other impressive one is the U-shaped reinforced thin concrete cradle in which the pool was suspended.