This Carmel Valley abode is an apt example of the perfect integration of new and old. It is organic and earthy. We were able to save some of the original stone walls and crafted others to meld seamlessly. Massive post and beam framing supports both structure and style. Wood and various earthen materials such as stone, concrete and tinted plaster connect the house with the oak-studded landscape that surrounds it. Doors and windows are crafted of redwood that once comprised vinegar vats. Over-sized sliding doors, salvaged from the original house, join the living room with the charming patio. An arbor affords a natural transition between inside and out.