Informal Resort Lifestyle: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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With its courtyards and loggias defining a relationship to the outdoors, this plan feels as though you are in a resort, not a home. The interior follows through with informality by eliminating the standard use of a foyer, living room and dining room. This floor plan accommodates two kitchens for optimal functionality: one opening to the great room for informal...

February 01, 2007

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With its courtyards and loggias defining a relationship to the outdoors, this plan feels as though you are in a resort, not a home. The interior follows through with informality by eliminating the standard use of a foyer, living room and dining room.

This floor plan accommodates two kitchens for optimal functionality: one opening to the great room for informal use and one functioning as a catering kitchen for entertainment. The master suite has three levels: the first floor with a retreat for watching television, a second floor office and a third floor tower for coastal views.

Project Name: Sea Crest

Location: Crystal Cove, Calif.

Designer/Architect: Robert Hidey Architects, Irvine, Calif.

Builder: Laing Luxury Homes, Newport Beach, Calif.

Interior Designer: Meridian Interiors, Costa Mesa, Calif.

Developer: Laing Luxury Homes, Newport Beach, Calif.

Land Planner: ICDC, Newport Beach, Calif.

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