Renowned San Francisco architect Nick Noyes started renovating from the ground up on this 1956 Ranch home . He began by repairing the plumbing, electrical and foundation prior to addressing the most important issue lingering over the property. In Noyes’ words, the house originally ” featured a cookie-cutter design and had no relationship with the site.” He was quickly able to transform this and help create a unity between not only each room inside the house; (through the removal of two small rooms, creating a longer ‘central space’), but also between the home and its surrounding native environment.
[Noyes was able to do this through] -the use of simple materials such as Sheetrock, clear anodized aluminum windows and doors, modest details, and a wood-framed structure. Reveals incorporated into the walls give the owners a composition of blank “canvases” on which to explore color and texture. –
-Allison Milionis of ‘Architectural Record’
Founded in 1992 the nationally and internationally published and award-winning firm of Nick Noyes concentrates on new residential construction and residential renovations. The firm is noted for consistently producing work that is both rich in formal clarity and expressive of the material nature of construction.
If you have any questions regarding this home or others like it in the greater Santa Barbara area, contact Josiah Hamilton at 805.284.8835 or email Josiah@TheHamiltonCo.com.