Plain and Fancy
Copper siding was just one of the surprises that architect David Jameson wrought with this extensive renovation and addition in Bethesda.
The original brick house was stripped of its detail and wrapped in cement stucco, while a new copper structure was added to the site. The two rectangular structures are joined by a passageway.
The jury praised the floating quality of the copper structure as well as the juxtaposition of stucco and copper, which it called “a beautiful complement to the forms.”
The owner served as the contractor.>>Next: See-Through Townhouse