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Smaller Size An Advantage For This Winning Bethesda Design

Since when is a new house smaller than the tear down that was there first? When the architect is Robert Gurney sometimes that tends to happen. This house in Bethesda's Edgemoor is one third the size of the previous house, which was over six thousand square feet. Though, the flat roof of this design allows for another thousand square feet of outdoor space high above the rest of the neighborhood. This is one of the winning designs in Washingtonian Magazine's annual Residential Design Awards. Click over for another half a dozen impressive entries.

· Residential Design Award Winners [Washingtonian]