Getting back to nature
The extension and renovation of this '70s gem respects its period character and connects it to the outdoors. By PAUL BEST
When we think 1970s, we sometimes think of an era much vaunted for peace, harmony and getting in touch with nature. Such thoughts aren't out of place with the architect-designed family residence, High Noon, which was built in the mid-1970s.
Approached by gravel road and an avenue of towering pines, this charcoal-coloured timber house is nestled into a slope on fou...