Interior Design of Mid-Century Contemporary Home in Canna Road Los Angeles



Correct right here is the Mid-Century Modern House in Canna Road Los Angeles which was at first designed by California Architect Ray Kappe in the late 1960s. The house was lucky sufficient to have been purchased by Michael LaFetra a few many years in the past and now the house was recent duties that is presently for sale. This published wood and glass home has been painstakingly restored to incoporate its genuine natural components and evocative kind. Wood, glass and concrete body magical vistas and striking views. The Interior was Consisting of Large stunning Residing room, five bedrooms and three,five bathroom such as a magnificent full ground master with roof deck, Classically minimalist dining room and Lately Up to date kitchen.

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