David Jameson

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Famed Regional Architect Goes International

After 11 years going to work in Alexandria, Va., David Jameson, FAIA, moved his studio to the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. this past May. More

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Record House Revisited

Owings Mill, Md. / David Jameson Architect More

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Working Small Can Have Big Results

Building a residential practice is about working at the center of the design process. More

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U.S. Architects Take Business Overseas

With the economic recovery stuck in low gear, U.S. architects are looking overseas for commissions. More

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Tea House, Bethesda, Md.

This elegant pavilion by David Jameson Architect takes the tea ceremony to a new level. More

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Record House Revisited, Owings Mills, Md.

This project succeeds by using an elegant mix of materials that both define and weave together the new floor plan of a notable 1960s home. More

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Deciding to Remodel or Rebuild Requires Knowing What Both the House and the Client Want

Sometimes the question of whether to remodel or rebuild isn't an easy one, but it's one architects frequently address. More

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ra50: David Jameson Architect

In architecturally conservative Washington, D.C., architect David Jameson offers clients idea-driven buildings. More

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ra50 Architects Dish on the Best and Worst Aspects of the Profession

ra50 architects tell us what they like best?and least?about practicing in their chosen field. More

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Black White Residence, Bethesda, Md.

Our judges were impressed by how this house by David Jameson, FAIA, pays homage to classical modernism. More

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