Tucked between Wisconsin and Connecticut avenues in DC’s Cleveland Park, this new home has the feel of a rural villa. The judges praised architect Richard Williams’s creative use of a tight urban site.
On the narrow lot, Williams made space for gardens, a lap pool, and a dining terrace. Inside, windows flood the open floor plan with natural light. One view takes in the towers of nearby Washington National Cathedral.
Gibson Builders of DC was the contractor.>>Next: Window on the Future