The Dutch-inspired residence in Kerala designed by a self-taught architect who has studied architectural marvels in Sri Lanka would be a project that showcases a unique blend of traditional and modern elements. The exterior of the house could be designed to feature the typical gable roof of Dutch architecture, but with traditional Kerala materials and motifs incorporated into the design. The house could also feature large windows and verandas to take advantage of the warm and sunny climate of Kerala. The architect could use a variety of materials such as wood, stone, and brick to create an interesting façade. The color palette could reflect a mix of Kerala and Dutch influences, with bold, bright colors used alongside softer, more muted tones.