A unique approach guided the design of this 13,000-square-foot oceanside property—with an infinity pool running along its central axis—that belongs to a couple from California.
If not hyperaware of the elephant in the room—Frank Lloyd Wright and his architectural opus Fallingwater—the design team at internationally recognized architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson was aware nonetheless.
South Bay Digs was granted an exclusive interview with Kappe in 2015, who shared his thoughts on everything from environmentally friendly design to the unique challenges Southern California’s urban landscape poses to architects today.
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Fallingwater reestablished Frank Lloyd Wright’s place in architecture, exactly as he hoped. He appeared on the cover of TIME Magazine with the house behind him and, at age 67, embarked on the most prolific period of his career, completing the Johnson Wax Building, the Guggenheim and many more buildings. Mostly, though, Fallingwater exemplified what Wright spent his entire career trying to create: a distinctly American architecture.
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The Caverhill Residence, which is nestled meticulously atop a tree-flanked ridge, the highest one, on a private drive just above Trousdale Estates is a bona fide sculpture in space designed by famed architect Zoltan Pali.
Master architect Richard Neutra, a founding father of the modern architectural movement. Richard Neutra was born in Vienna in 1892, he would become a son of Los Angeles, articulating through his designs a blueprint that would serve as the thematic springboard for many who followed.
Through all its incarnations, Hollyhock House remains quintessential to Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural legacy in LA, and to the city itself. Put another way, Herr says, it “fits comfortably within its era and the urban fabric of a city that is as real as it is ephemeral.”