The asymmetrical gable and junction leading into the shallower pitch made for great use of the space, maximising headroom and making way for some great detailing. The angled cedar cladding and pop out window on the south elevation really gives the outside a wow factor. Again the contrast between the narrow profiled timber cladding and crisp zinc roof gives the outside a really intricate aesthetic.
The attention to asymmetry was maintained on the inside with an angled oak floor, changing direction on 3 occasions to mimic the cladding on the outside. The design of the angular kitchen island also complimented the overall scheme and allowed for more detailing with some bespoke oak joinery.