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Asymmetrical Cor-Ten house by a cliff in East Sussex

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courtesy of
Richard Chivers
on June 1, 2016
Asymmetrical Cor-Ten house by a cliff in East Sussex

The architects designed the house to complement its natural backdrop: Cliffe Hill towers over the structure. The profile of the second story reflects this mountainous setting. "Our approach aimed to respect the scale and form of the surrounding buildings with a reinterpretation of the local vernacular," architect Sandy Rendel says of the project, "and at the same time echo the contours of the dramatic chalk cliff behind the carved asymmetry of the roof forms."

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