The exquisite CORMAC residence by Laidlaw Schultz Architects, Corona del Mar, California, USA

CORMAC Swimming Pool in the Courtyard
Modern kitchen design
CORMAC residence wide windows
Modern bedroom interior design
Evening illumination of the pool at the CORMAC residence
Evening pool lighting in a CORMAC residence

With a passion for modern architecture and an international understanding of style, homeowners turn to architects in search of something unique and appropriate for their growing family.

The complex is located in a quiet street setting, there are no outside access views, and this sense of security was the starting point for the design. A wall separating the private grounds intersects with a pull-out panel and then connects to a cross-striped walnut-colored garage door that continues to stretch toward the house.

The wicker steel slab is the gateway to the private property's courtyard. As seen from the inside, the fences turn into an exterior and glass backdrop, an artificial pool. In addition to the panel of green shimmering blue water, comes the sound of a continuous fountain, creating a soothing tone.

It's essentially two spaces with an interior courtyard and exterior, with a shell of sliding doors that, when open, turn the structure into an outdoor pavilion. Against the painted brick walls, the lacquered wood floors and completely white walls further emphasize the balance of sophistication and style.

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