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This renovation of a mid-century rambler opened up the floor plan and reinforced the connection with the outdoors through new landscaping and the use of natural materials. The original stone fireplace and cedar ceiling were restored and the windows at the rear of the house replaced with a operable window wall system to open the house into the garden. New materials such as quarter sawn sapele for cabinets, Brandy Crag slate for countertops and weathering steel in the garden were chosen to complement the original materials. The interior design features the work of local craftsmen from the handmade tile and custom metal work to a sail mast used to conceal an 18 foot drapery track.