Local architect David Jameson started work on the above house for a client, but then bought it for himself when it went on the market. It went from your run-of-the-mill contemporary to souped up jigsaw puzzle in about two years time and now he and his family call it home. The angular windows let in light at crazy angles and gives the house a 'kaleidoscope' feel, says Jameson. Add to that the lack of baseboards and smooth lines from the slabs of stone and steel and you've basically got yourself one big geometric playground.
· Modern Man [Bethesda Magazine]