Los Angeles architect Ray Cap built a multi-story home for his family in 1967, and the results continue to resonate to this day. I just love how the interiors flow into each other and go half a level into the breakfast nook and kitchen and from there out onto the overgrown hill. The various built-in furniture has been in place since the house was built. In addition to wood and concrete, the other main material in the house is quarter-inch single-pane glass: No room is without a natural light source, be it from skylights, mitered corner windows or clerics. The exposed wood and raw concrete throughout the house are offset by bold colors. What a beautiful eclecticism!