Black White Residence by David Jamerson Architect

By • Feb 4, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Virginia-based architect David Jameson has designed the multi-award winning Black White residence, a single family home located in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

As its name suggests, the house is deliberately monochromatic, both inside and outside. Color is introduced through the furniture and the dramatic views.

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One Comment to Black White Residence by David Jamerson Architect

  1. Terry says:

    Oh..Oh..Oh..me WANT!!
    As a die hard minimalist slash cubist slash bauhaus acolyte and a Farnsworth Aficionado this is close to perfection for me. I tried to find fault somewhere – so get rid of the Eames chair!! It’s Ikea for Architects. (And I’ll be burned at the design stake for heresy I know – but 9 out of 10 house displays on the web have them.)

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