Virginia-based studio David Jameson Architect has designed the Tea House project in 2009.
Located in a backyard of a suburban home in the city of Bethesda, Maryland, USA, the 180 square foot hanging structure functions as a tea house, meditation space, and stage for the family’s musical recitals.
We have received some photos of the Calem-Rubin Residence, a contemporary house completed in 2007 by David Jameson Architect.
Set in contrast to its context, this single-family house (4,700 sq ft) located in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, is an attempt to mediate the scale and material typology of a traditional post-war neighborhood while respecting the client’s desire for a modern house.
Originally constructed in 1939, the brick colonial style house was rebuilt as a composition of both modern form and timeless materials.
David Jameson Architect has sent us photos of the Burning Tree Residence.
Located in a neighborhood of traditional ranches and colonials just outside of the heart of Bethesda, Maryland, the Burning Tree Residence is a modernist 3,800 square foot house “sensitive to the undulating hills and heavily forested sites of its surrounding context.”
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.
We have received some photos of the Gleenbrook Residence, a contemporary house designed by David Jameson Architect.
Located in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, this luxury house is shaped largely by the site constraints of a brook and trees.
The design concept juxtaposes the heavy and the light, positioning program in tectonic volumes of glass and stone that respond to the tree scape and provide privacy to the inhabitants.
The program of the house was conceived to employ the concept of duality in the spaces and provide both interactive and private areas for the five inhabitants.