Tresham built the triangular lodge as a
testament to his faith: the theme of 'three'
representing the Christian Holy Trinity of God
as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The three walls are each 33 feet wide (Jesus
Christ was 33 when he was crucified). They are
shown in these photographs.
The base of the building is an equilateral
triangle. There are three floors with three
windows to each floor. On the top of each wall
are three gables.
Around the building are numbers,
Latin inscriptions and sculptures which
represent biblical themes,
Bible verses and the families of Tresham and
his wife, Meriel Throckmorton.