The San Lorenzo Residence in California features a variety of ways to enter the house, and once this is done it's hard to leave. With a pool in the back garden, spacious living room areas and beautiful views, this house has everything one could ask for.
The Contemporist states that "the large open living space is central to the organization and performance of the house; the space of exchange." This is what orchestrates much of the abode, as it is a constant contrast between the private and public spaces for people to experience.
Since it's quite hot in this area for much of the year, the house has ample space to relax outside during the evening. Mike Jacobs architecture did a great job with designing this concept.
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