Pitch perfect

Reclaimed clay peg tiles, traditional to oast houses, were used on the 5m-high asymmetrical roof.

Source: Morley von Sternberg

Katherine Pechey looks at the unusual roof structure of Inglis Badrashi’s Sussex garden studio

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