The Kodak House 1965 Horace Gifford Architect
482 Tarpon Walk.
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.
Cumbersome additions added on over the years robbed the house of its hovering quality. Now the home of Gary Korr, he is restoring the home to its former glory.
A painting done by Alan Dodd hangs in the living area.