Hidden in the tree tops of Rustic Canyon on the coveted Latimer Rd, this home re-created by Frank Gehry blends architectural modern lines w/ rustic finishes.
Ray Kappe, FAIA. Stunning tall multi-story concrete, steel and glass hard-edge contemporary home with walls of windows and glass capturing the closeness of mature trees and sky creating from every room the feeling of living with nature: Ray Kappe’s tour-de-force. The master bedroom with fireplace has a soaring glass domed ceiling which heightens the feeling … Continued
Built in 1951, this beautiful post and beam residence is light-filled, open, and inviting. The 2,631 square-foot home is located in a private, meditative setting. The bright living room offers walls of glass that open to the lush backyard. Wood and stone floors add warmth and charm to the home. The glass enclosed dining room makes … Continued
Happy New Year! What better way to start off 2013 than with a possible contender for Home Of The Year? Built in 1970 by Ray Kappe, this spectacular residence is located in prime Santa Monica Canyon. The 4,755 square foot home was thoughtfully restored and transformed by mid-century architecture enthusiast Michael LaFetra. The 3-level property … Continued
This classic mid-century in Santa Monica was built in 1965 and features beautiful canyon and tree top views. The 3,101 square foot home has an easy and open floor plan, pitched wood ceilings, walls of glass and clerestory windows
I’m dreaming about living in this spectacular 9,025 square foot Hacienda style home on Santa Monica’s most coveted street. This house is truly incredible! It reminds me of a luxury boutique hotel, with its ocean views, multiple courtyards, several outdoor fire pits, and a swimmers’ pool & spa. Built in 1910 by renowned architect Robert D. Farquhar, the historic Gorham House is a true piece of Santa Monica’s history. It has been beautifully renovated and is an entertainer’s dream with a huge grassy lawn, designer kitchen, guesthouse, wine cellar, gym, movie theater, and more.
This spectacular Art Deco residence was designed in 1930 by Cedric Gibbons for Delores del Rio, a major Hollywood star during the silent era and Golden Age of Hollywood. Gibbons was known as one of the most influential art directors in the history of American film, and he’s also credited with designing the Oscar statue in 1928.