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Pacific Living

Hannouche Architects in Newport Beach, California, designed the exquisite homes in the new Mirador neighborhood in San Juan Capistrano, home of the famed Mission San Juan Capistrano and the oldest residential neighborhood in California.
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There's no better way to connect a covered outdoor living space to the rest of the home than a Series 600 90-Degree Multi-Slide Door.
Developed by Mission Viejo-based Woodbridge Pacific Group, the 4,500-square-foot homes at Mirador represent the finest in indoor-outdoor living, thanks to Western Window Systems’ Series 600 Multi-Slide Door, which opens up to what Woodbridge calls the “Capistrano room.” The sheltered indoor-outdoor patio is ideal for entertaining guests or relaxing during any Southern California season.
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The transition between the kitchen and living room to the indoor-outdoor dining space is blurred with this giant multi-slide door.
The homes’ two Series 600 Multi-Slide Doors meet at a 90-degree angle and slide away from each other and disappear into pockets in two different walls, creating an extra wide opening to the Capistrano room and truly merging indoor living with the outside.
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When open, the multi-slide door allows cool California air to course through the lower level.
Tucked into the hills of Rancho San Juan, Mirador’s homes provide stunning views of the nearby Saddleback Mountains, and the Series 600 multi-slide doors let the breezes off the Pacific Ocean, just a couple of miles away, blow cool, fresh sea air into the Capistrano room, great room, and large, chef-inspired kitchen, complete with center island.
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Introducing the "Capistrano room," a sheltered indoor-outdoor patio ideal for entertaining guests in any season.