Ray Kappe RK1 Module Home

May 30th, 2011




Ray Kappe is a master architect. His design is very engaging for myself and I would hope for you as well. Ray Kappe worked with Living Homes to create this modular house. On average each module—there are eleven—weights 10,000 pounds and only took eight hours to assemble. The cost of buying one of these homes starts at $590,000. Not bad for such a nice looking place to live.










Posted by on 05/30/11 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. Derek Silva says:

    Wow. I think I just found my next home! That looks terrific.

  2. Shelby White says:

    I completely agree Derek. I started thinking about my dream house and how interesting it would be to be able to park your nice car in the garage and walk right into the living room. Essentially the garage would be open to the rest of the house. Of course it would only be pleasing if you had a really nice car though.

  3. Judy Gibson says:

    Dear Living homes,
    I have been in the construction industry for more than 30 years. I have worked with commercial, industrial, and residential construction. I have touched on modular home but was not impressed with them at the time. They felt disposal. Your web site has totally changed how I feel about modular homes. I was introduced to your web site by my professor in 3D modeling. My assignment is to draw your home to its original design. I have studied LEED certifications and it just added to my amazement.
    I don’t have a lot of dimensions to follow when it comes to drawing your RK1 model home. Do you have another website that would have better details to follow for drawing the outside of your home?
    Thank you
    Judy Gibson


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