Nestled in a small town just northwest of the nation’s capital, the Contemporist offers a look at the David Jameson-designed Glenbrook Residence in Bethesda, Maryland. With this home, Jameson wanted to create three distinct structures: one for the “public” (entry space, garage and guest rooms), one for the most “private,” and one where the two can coexist. This can be seen from the two massive stone structures surrounding a glass and wood pavilion. Furthermore, the two adjoining wings feature their own outdoor terraces, the building itself is made entirely of all natural materials, and as an added sustainable element there’s an underground spring-fed water furnace HVAC system.
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