It's been far too long since we took a look at a David Jameson property so here we present his Glenbrook Residence for a Monday diversion. The site plan shows what some of the physical constraints were and they turned out to be a big influence on how the design turned out. There are essentially three separate buildings—two made of stone either side of a pavilion made of glass. This 'living pavilion' is where the kitchen and eating area are and act as a bridge between the private living quarters and the more public entertaining areas. Not as glassy as his Barcode House or as puzzle-like as his Jigsaw House but it is still all Jameson all the way.
All photos by Paul Warchol