David Jameson Architect
By Eric • Jun 15, 2012
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.