Ness Point by Tonkin Liu

Ness Point designed by Tonkin Liu is a new house set in the dramatic landscape of the White Cliffs of Dover. Hunkered into the land with undulating thick walls along its length, Ness Point is constructed as a journey with views that pull the surrounding landscape into the house.

Each room is orientated towards a different aspect of the landscape, across the passing ships of the English Channel, towards the sun rising out of the sea at the winter solstice, to the coastal cliffs called Ness Point, after which the house is named. Photography by Robby Whitfield, Nick Guttridge and Greg Storrar.



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