Classic Spanish Revival: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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This 10-unit cluster celebrates classic Spanish revival architecture of the 1920s and 1930s eras. The community incorporates historic courtyards with entries facing common areas to continue the Spanish revival theme. Plan 8 takes advantage of its panoramic views of Long Beach, Calif.

February 01, 2007

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This 10-unit cluster celebrates classic Spanish revival architecture of the 1920s and 1930s eras. The community incorporates historic courtyards with entries facing common areas to continue the Spanish revival theme.

Plan 8 takes advantage of its panoramic views of Long Beach, Calif. The entry provides access to the spacious living and dining room one-half level up. The kitchen's large eating island is uncommon in a townhouse of its size. A wall of shelving and cabinetry for display or storage add to the kitchen design. Diverse interior detailing and eclectic modern flare appear throughout the townhouse.

Category: Best Attached Home 20 units per acre and over

Project Name: Cienega

Location: Long Beach, Calif.

Designer/Architect: Dahlin Group Architecture Planning, Solana, Calif.

Builder: Brookfield Homes, Costa Mesa, Calif.

Interior Designer: Design Line Interiors, San Diego

Developer: Brookfield Homes, Costa Mesa, Calif.

Land Planner: Fuscoe Engineering, Irvine, Calif.

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