Ray Kappe designed the post-and-beam home in 1961, then re-built it after the Northridge earthquake.
It’s all concrete, glass, and steel, and from the interior, "it feels like you could reach out and touch the trees."
During a career that spanned decades, Kappe designed more than 100 stunning residences and, as an educator, transformed the Los Angeles design world.
Vast expanses of glass provide cinematic views.
But it needs a savior.
Kappe, who founded SCI-Arc, designed this house, which holds four bedrooms, walls of glass, and a fireplace with a cantilevered hearth.