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BALDWIN VISTA MID CENTURY HOUSE READY FOR A REHAB

This Baldwin Vista Mid Century Modern house is perched majestically on a crest.

Perched majestically on a crest, this Baldwin Vista Mid Century Modern house represents the epitome of aspirational living. Every angle of this architectural glass box offers unique, breathtaking views of its surroundings. The expansive windows invite an abundance of natural light indoors, creating a dialog with the outside world. A lush canopy of trees and tropical plants just beyond the glass creates a sculptural backdrop for the pool and panoramic views.

The classic mid century home captivates from the moment you step through the door. The slate flooring underfoot is a homage to nature’s raw beauty, while the dual-sided stone-clad fireplace with raised hearth is a commanding centerpiece of the space. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill each room with natural light, casting an ethereal glow on the slate and stone textures.

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IN LIVING COLOR

BALDWIN HILLS MID CENTURY HOME HAROLD B. ZOOK ARCHITECT

Baldwin Hills Estates Mid Century Home with pool

Classic Baldwin Hills Estates mid-century home perched high above the city, offering breathtaking views of Los Angeles. Designed by Harold B. Zook, AIA, this stylish home perfectly combines mid-century modern aesthetics and comfortable living.

The open floorplan features an expansive living room with panoramic views of Los Angeles — from the downtown skyline to the surrounding hills and valleys. The expansive glass walls let in plenty of natural light, creating a bright and inviting atmosphere.

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OWN A CLASSIC

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex – Architectural
Baldwin Hills Mid Century Modern Building

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior

Multi-unit apartment complex, Ray Kappe FAIA – 1958. The work of Kappe is considered by some to be an extension of the earlier SoCal modern architects like Wright, Neutra and Schindler.

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior illustration

This modernist complex was built not long after Kappe gained hands-on experience as a draftsman for Eichler Homes and eventually worked under renowned architect Carl Maston.

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