There’s always money in the banana stand, to borrow from the show “Arrested Development.” But it might take a few more frozen banana sales to afford the Beverly Hills Post Office-area home of Will Arnett, who plays Gob Bluth on the show.
Listed for $10.995 million, the actor’s steel-framed house is a reimagining of a design by the late modernist architect Ray Kappe known as the RK2 model.
The L-shaped residence consists of six modules that were designed and built off-site by Succi Reddy in collaboration with LivingHomes, the design subsidiary of Rialto-based builder Plant Prefab. Completed in 2017, the project received an “Award of Excellence” the following year from the L.A. Business Council.
Clean lines, an open-concept layout and walls of glass reinforce the modernist architecture. Overhanging eaves — a Kappe trademark — provide protection from the sun while diffusing natural light indoors.
A chef’s kitchen with built-in