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A pillar of Los Angeles architecture, Ray Kappe, died on November 21 at age 92.   
  
  Kappe was the architect of numerous houses in the California Modernist tradition, including…

A tribute to SCI-Arc founder and architect Ray Kappe

A pillar of Los Angeles architecture, Ray Kappe, died on November 21 at age 92.  Kappe was the architect of numerous houses in the California Modernist tradition, including…

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