residential architect November-December 2010 ra50 david jameson architect
residential architect 2011 rada Tea House, Bethesda, Md. Outbuilding / Grand
A 4-inch-thick wood entry door welcomes visitors to the pavilion, used as a tea house, meditation room, and stage for family musical performances.
The floor is made from the exposed end blocks of vertical-grain Douglas fir. The ceiling folds down in the middle, like a dreidel, and echoes the steel cross-bracing.
Jameson thinks of the tea house as a ghost structure: you occupy space inside the floating steel frame.
residential architect 2011 rada Record House Revisited, Owings Mills, Md. Restoration/Preservation / Grand
The smooth opalescence of Corian casework in the kitchen, mudroom, and bath is a textural counterpoint to the white brick and plaster.
Removing all the interior walls revealed floor-to-ceiling window openings that couldnt be experienced in the original plan.
residential architect 2010 rada black white residence, bethesda, md. custom / more than 3,000 square feet / merit
David Jameson uses storefronts as instruments of light, but he also uses windows as "lenses to the landscape" that edit views of passing vehicles.
The ebony or zebra wood casework floats off the ground and "is thought of as a more animated element," architect David Jameson says.
In contrast to the first floor, the second level of the home features light-colored wood floors and cabinets. The master bathroom vanity uses a limestone top.
Despite having dark cabinets, the kitchen draws light from the adjacent double-heigh space and its clerestory windows.
residential architect 2002 RADA push-pull house, chevy chase, md. custom / more than 3,500 square feet / grand
Gabled and curved roofs slide past each other, creating an abstract composition and reflecting the division of public and private space.
residential architect 2009 RADA hooper's island residence, church creek, md. custom / 3,500 square feet or less / merit
residential architect 2007 RADA btr, bethesda, md. custom / more than 3,500 square feet / merit
residential architect 2006 RADA eastern market row house, washington, d.c. architectural design detail / grand
CUSTOM HOME 2007 CHDA Potomac, Md., Residence Custom Bath / Merit Award
CUSTOM HOME 2007 CHDA Bethesda, Md., Residence Custom Home More Than 5,000 Square Feet / Merit Award
A ceiling of CNC-machined mahogany blocks lends a sense of order to an angular and asymmetrical living area.
CUSTOM HOME 2006 CHDA Bethesda, Md., Residence Custom Home 3,000 to 5,000 Square Feet / Merit Award
Architect David Jameson made a compact, efficient floor plan seem more spacious by injecting a shot of vertical volume into both the living room and the covered patio.
CUSTOM HOME 2006 CHDA Bethesda, Md., Residence Custom Home More Than 5,000 Square Feet / Merit Award
CUSTOM HOME November-December 2009 Last Detail Higher Ground
CUSTOM HOME 2004 CHDA Bethesda, Md., Residence Custom Home, more than 5,000 square feet / Merit Award
The interiors move directly into the 21st century, however, with large glass expanses and flexible, open spaces.
CUSTOM HOME 2003 CHDA Chevy Chase, Md., Residence Custom Renovation / Merit Award
A view of 8850 La Palma Avenue's public face, showing its scale in comparison to that of the nearby residential neighborhood.
2003 - The Miller|Hull Partnership Located in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, Miller /Hull's designs have been identified as representing the next generation of regional modernism, also known as the "Northwest Style."
The top-floor master bedroom opens onto a rooftop deck. Two floors below, a sheltered outdoor space tunnels through the building, joining its private and public sides.