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Poolhouse with a kitchen opens for entertaining.

Complete with a kitchen, this poolside building open wide for entertaining. Only 12 feet deep, it has a small room for pool equipment at one end, a convenient changing room in the middle, and, at the other end, a bay-fronted kitchen with refrigerator, sink, grill, and dishwasher. Fronting the 12-foot-wide kitchen, hinged doors slide out to enclose the space or slide back to store inconspicuously in oversize pockets behind the room's angled sides. Each 38-inch-wide center door panel hinges to one of the 52-inch-wide side panels; these roll on tracks recessed in the brick and mounted in the cantilevered overhead bay. Design was by architect Edward Carson Beall of Torrance, California.
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Date:May 1, 1990
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