Residence exploring the black/white connection by David Jameson Architect
Designed by architect David Jameson, this exceptional contemporary architectural masterpiece is nestled between tall trees in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. This residence was built on the shell of an existing building, challenging the architects to erect a modern and sophisticated house on the ruins of the old one. The result, as you can see, is an imposing glass and concrete structure that dominates the surroundings. White stucco and black window frames create a fascinating architecture, one that will overwhelm the eye and enchant the heart. The first floor was completely renovated and another smaller level was added.
Four modern glass towers rise from the first floor to explore the air, connected through a black cladded corridor. These towers are completely defined by light – they draw natural light inside during the day and glow with artificial light at night. The fascinating modernity of this residence was also captured in its name: the BlackWhite Residence. Don’t you just love it?