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Ray Kappe LivingHome 3

Ray Kappe
LivingHome 3


4 Bed | 3.5 Bath


3135 sq. ft.

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Ray Kappe

Striking modern design facilitates panoramic views in the Ray Kappe LivingHome 3, which was designed specifically for homebuyers seeking to make the most of a scenic property. High clerestory windows along one side of the home ensure privacy from neighbors, while full-height glass elsewhere provides unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape. 

The design builds upon the Ray Kappe LivingHome 2, adding a second story to gain a private master bedroom with en-suite bath, as well as a loft space that’s perfect for a den or home office. Where zoning allows, homeowners may also add a stairwell to a rooftop deck.

The ground floor incorporates a protected courtyard—Ray Kappe’s signature method of separating private spaces from public ones—creating a tranquil focal point of the home. Sliding glass doors lead to large decks off the front and side of the open-plan kitchen and dining area, beckoning you to enjoy your considerable outdoor living space.

Like every LivingHome, the Ray Kappe LivingHome 3 is designed to meet net-zero standards and ships complete with best-in-class smart home technology and energy monitoring.





Floor Area

3135 sq. ft.



Ray Kappe

The late Ray Kappe, FAIA, was Plant Prefab's first design partner, responsible for the company’s famous Santa Monica home (the first home in the world to achieve LEED Platinum certification), a number of remarkable custom projects, and several LivingHomes. His residential architecture is world-renown, characterized as 'the apotheosis of the California House.' Kappe’s designs evince a mastery of warm, modern spaces, clearly expressed construction systems, and environmental sensitivity.

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