The Kodak House 1965 Horace Gifford Architect
Created by architect Horace Gifford for Robert Evans and Dr. Scott DePasse the house has a spaceship like quality about it. The name Kodak house came about due to its resemblance to the instant camera from the 70’s.
Architect Horace Gifford
From a seated position, the solid deck rail created a filtered , idealized horizon line where ocean meets sky. The central living space was left open , for dancing. Two living areas, a dining room, and a kitchen claimed the four tower niches.