Modern Jigsaw Residence by David Jameson Architect
This contemporary house has been designed by David Jameson Architect and is located on a busy corner site in Bethesda, Maryland. The new architecture was build by recycling an old single story suburban house that seems to introverts itself in a continuous space.
The concept idea of the house tries to explore the notion of reflectivity, creating unclear boundaries between inside and outside. These boundaries are defined by the careful use of meshing ribbons of wall and glass, a geometrical combination that surprise a tessellation of solid and void. I know that you might wonder about the privacy of this house, but is actually very well structured and the glazing and window construct are carefully placed to offer both privacy and some great views through the site. The interior design is clear and simple, very modern with a great furniture selection highlighted by the natural light that invade the interior from almost everywhere.
The colors used for the interior are some of the most wanted these days in modern buildings, especially that gorgeous combination of wood and white furniture in the living room, in this case with a fireplace incorporated in the wall. All the elements and materials creates a classy and warm design.