Meet award-winning architect Ray Kappe in Beverly Hills.

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Join us at the Beverly Hills Studio to celebrate Ray Kappe’s extensive exploration in prefabricated architecture during the opening reception for “Ray Kappe: Then and Now: Forty Years of Prefab,” on view at the Studio through November 29 (at which point the exhibit will move to the A+D Museum). Kappe will be here answering your questions – extra credit will be given to the first person who asks him about the Studio’s Brighton Way building, which he designed in 1971. Renowned for the open spatial quality of his innumerable award-winning residences in Los Angeles and around the country (including the Rochedale residence, above), the founding director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture continues to be in the forefront of his profession. In 2006, Kappe achieved the first ever LEED® Platinum Rating in Sustainable Residential Design for his modular steel and glass prefabricated house for LivingHomes in Santa Monica. Kappe continues to design from his strengths while incorporating new and sustainable technology. Refreshments will be served. Learn more here.
Posted by Sara Zofko, Proprietor, Beverly Hills Studio