Built at the end of the 19th-early 20th century, at 3 Frontzou Street, the house of Kappa is one of the buildings that combine harmoniously the local architecture with other architectural styles. It is a two-storey imposing building, with strong elements of architectural renaissance.
Of particular interest are the pilasters of the doors and windows and the serrated line on the cresting of the roof, in combination with the formation of piers in the corners of the building. Also of remarkable interest is the configuration of the entrance of the ground floor of the building. It is the only one out of all the private buildings built by Periclis Melirrytos surviving today in the city of Ioannina. The small later addition was harmoniously connected with the original construction and did not alter the original building.