The Trish House by architect Matthew Heywood is a striking six-bedroom home that makes use of a traditional building material in an inventive way. The building is clad in Kentish black and white boards, but the form of the building features unusual angles and shapes.
The bottom of the home is made up in white cladding that is mostly closed off to prevent people from peeping in. However, on the upper floor, the space makes sure to take advantage of the incredible views of the property. Although the shape of the home makes it seem quite boxy and irregular from the outside, on the interior the spaces are fairly conventional, with only the windows showing off the angular exterior forms.
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