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Kappe Residence Ray Kappe

Los Angeles architect Ray Kappe built a multi level house for his family back in 1967, and the results still resonate today.  

 “What I wanted to do as an architect,” Ray Kappe says, “was to continue what had been laid out by the early modern architects.” He thought people should “come out of cooped-up houses and enjoy nature and space, and live in houses that were more of their time.” In response, Ray designed split levels, terraces forming roofs, and flying walkways with multiple vantage points. “Manipulation of space is very important in his architecture,” says Shelly Kappe .

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