Cross hipped is a style of roof that combines elements of a hipped roof and a gabled roof. A cross hipped roof has two or more roof sections that intersect at right angles, with each section featuring a sloping roofline that meets at a ridge or valley line. The lower portions of the roof are typically hipped, with a slope on all sides, while the upper portions of the roof are gabled, with a slope on two sides. This creates a unique, cross-shaped roofline that can add visual interest to a building. Cross hipped roofs are often used in residential architecture and can be constructed from a variety of materials, such as asphalt shingles, metal, or tile. The roof pitch and configuration of a cross hipped roof can vary, depending on the design and size of the building.