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Montauk, N.Y., Residence

The simple surfaces of this outer Long Island vacation home conceal a deceptively complex structure. More

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Potomac, Md., Residence

The judges marveled at the stand-alone screened porch on this Potomac, Md., project. More

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Beverly Hills, Calif., Residence

Indoor/outdoor living, a voluminous art studio, gallery space, housekeeper's quarters; in an 8,000-square-foot home, one can have it all. More

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Montgomery County, Md., Residence

The boxy front elevation of this house outside Washington, D.C., may appear subdued. More

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Bethesda, Md., Residence

Combining modern and traditional design ideas in one house can be a dicey proposition. More

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2006 Custom Home Design Awards

Our independent panel of four judges (two residential architects and two custom... More

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Bethesda, Md., Residence

The jury commended architect David Jameson's ability to fuse the traditional style of the neighborhood with his clients' wishes for a more modern aesthetic. More

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Chevy Chase, Md., Residence

Architect David Jameson did not have “mansion” on his mind when he designed his family's new home in a long-established suburb of Washington, D.C. More

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Chevy Chase, Md., Residence

It's hard to see now, but this 57-year-old Ranch had many of the problems that often afflict that genre: poor circulation, a rabbit warren of chopped up rooms, insufficient storage, and poor daylight, to name a few. More

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Merit Award: All in a Row

In this house, designer David Jameson wanted to combine the client's enthusiasm... More

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