Horse Ranch Mandeville Canyon With Contemporary Mediterranean Influences

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A California residence with romantic Mediterranean influences by Whipple Russell Architects. This would be the short description of this wonderful project finished in 2000, called Mandeville Canyon, a horse ranch with a very contemporary approach. The architecture is rectangular and pretty plain, but it’s the warm brick-red color that puts the house in the spotlight.

Opulent interiors are warmed by natural light, but there is, without doubt, a simplicity that enriches the place. More than that, the characteristic of opulence would not be totally defined here without a large pool to complete the bigger picture. Other outdoor spaces are arranged especially for relaxation, family hang outs and even dinners near the pool in which the artificial lightings reflect.

As the clients admitted, coming day after day back home to Mandeville Canyon is like taking a vacation every day after work. Isn’t this what we all look for in a home?



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