Rising up graciously out of the wind-blasted pebble landscape of Romney Marsh in Kent, the Shingle House is startling in its isolation. One of the first buildings to prompt Dungeness’ status as ‘a new Mecca for architecture enthusiasts’, the house is featured in Chrissie Rucker’s book For the Love of White.
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