Kepes Architecture
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Kepes Architecture was founded in 2006 by Chris Kepes, AIA. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Chris is a 1991 graduate of the University of Cincinnati. As a sole practitioner he specializes and is know for the design of modern vernacular houses and remodelings along with historic renovations in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area.

“My intent is to create beautiful, sustainable modern houses and renovations without ignoring the natural or built environment. I am influenced by the architects Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, William Wurster, Edwin Lutyens, Bruce Goff, music and nature. My relationships with my clients are based on trust and communication and I truly believe that creating beautifully simple and uncluttered spaces for them is beneficial to their lives.”

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Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Home Additions, New Home Construction

Areas Served
Amberley, Cincinnati, Covington, Fort Mitchell, Fort Thomas, Ft Thomas, Glendale, Kenwood, Lakeside Park, Madeira, Montgomery, Newport, Park Hills, Villa Hills, Wyoming

Certifications and Awards
Cincinnati AIA CORA award 2009. Cincinnati AIA CORA award 2011.
Contact: Chris Kepes
Location: 3832 Simpson Street
Cincinnati, OH 45227
License Number: Ohio 10612 Kentucky 6983
Typical Job Costs: $100,000 - 3 million
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Commented: What is the stone on the fireplace? :) you are welcome!
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Commented: what is down the hall? The master bath is at end of hall; that is a soaking tub you see in front of the window. The two-story walk-in closet is on the right as you walk towards bath.. thanks for asking!
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Commented: how wide is this kitchen this room is 15'-9" wide...
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Commented: how wide are the cabinets/counter along wall towards hallway These cabinets were held out from wall to create a 32" deep countertop!
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Commented: Who made the hood? The hood was produced by the Siematic cabinet company. Thanks for asking...
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