Sitting at the other end of the time-scale which we may invoke for Mid-Century and Modernist homes, though still in the same suburb as yesterday’s lovely timber residence, is this double story home of a deep 1970s aesthetic with unadorned materials such as timber and rough masonry at the fore. Straight spaces formed supported with timber beams, floor to ceiling glazing, skylights and fitted neutral carpet and tile completing this unfussy return to the elements and a simpler life. An aspiration indicative of this era’s architecture (and to many of us still now) and best paired with a brown fair isle knit, a maidenhair plant and homemade pottery.