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Record House / Revisited by David Jameson - high ceilings, varnished wooden floors and open plan ahhhh
Record House Revisited by David Jameson Architect: “Four decades after their project was featured in the 1969 Record Houses issue of Architectural Record, the owners sold the house to a young couple. A condition of the sale was that the new owners would respect the character of the project, yet be able to revisit and alter the contained quality of the interior rooms to create a continuous living space visually connected to the woodland site.
XL white brick fireplace + wood accents.
Really like the white brick and wood | Record House Revisited / David Jameson Architect
Record House Revisited by David Jameson Photo Open Space
Record House Revisited / David Jameson Architect Awesome wood flooring! I love the color of the wood.
brick wall / wood floor
Really love herringbone wooden floors...I just think they would be hard to keep clean. Every one I have seen has gaps between the boards :(
love this lamp, white washed brick, and wood flooring
What if half was raised with steps? Outside long compartment for costco items hidden under the flooring - i.e. RVs
Floating timber floor + furniture + panelling
Nice for some attic or basement or small living space in a metropolitan area - as long as it's flea-free!
Clean living space // Living room
Light well, with painted brick chimney. Fantastic floor, too. (Record House, in Maryland)
vloer plus muur = mooi Door loesje
Interior of the Record House Revisited by David Jameson Architect.
love the contrast of the formal archways and rustic floors
Record House in Maryland Revisited by David Jameson Architect
Multistorey house with lift and stairs ITCHBAN.com // Architecture, Living Space & Furniture Inspiration #07