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The rec-room was designed to accommodate pool-table and entertain with a sunken bar area. The sunken bar allows the bartender to stand and be at eye-level with people sitting in the bar with a regular chair and not a stool. The concept is to allow anyone in the rec-room to enjoy the views and not having someone sitting in the bar block the golf course and outdoor views.
Rec-room and Sunken BarClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Kitchen open to the dining area and family room. All of these spaces enjoy access to the loggia and views to the golf course.
KitchenClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Family room looking to the golf course and loggia.Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Entry door from the family roomClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
The water fountain is placed directly in front of the rec-room and a beautiful oak tree. The fountain and the oak tree are both illuminated at night to create an evening view to the rec-room and bar area.
Water fountainClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Fire pitClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
The rear patio is designed with a loggia to keep the doors from the living room and dining open most of the day. The loggia also provides a place to retreat in the evening or when is to sunny and hot. The patio is designed to capture the golf course views and entertained a good size group of people without loosing the intimacy.
Rear patio looking back to the loggiaClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Front entry door from the private courtyard. The courtyard has access from the master suite, study and a hallway. This space was design as a retreat from the open public spaces, where the rear patio is open to the views and the golf course. The entry private courtyard is a place to gather in the evening or spend a quiet moment before stepping into the master suite.
Front entry at courtyardClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Front Entry- from the entry courtyard looking back into the porticoClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
Maestri Front Entry looking into the private entry courtyardClaudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.