Five of the best houses in Maryland on Dezeen

Five of the best houses in Maryland on Dezeen

Maryland is the next state in our series of roundups focused on residential architecture across the US. A house sheathed in a wooden brise-soleil and a home with walls that look like pixellated blocks are among our top five in the region (+ slideshow).


NaCl House by David Jameson

NaCl House by David Jameson

American architect David Jameson has completed a two-storey house in Bethesda, with white walls that look like pixellated blocks. Find out more about NaCl House »


Mohican Hills House by Robert Gurney Architect

Mohican Hills House by Robert Gurney Architect

This single family home built by Robert Gurney Architect outside Washington DC takes cues from its many mid-century modern neighbours. Find out more about Mohican Hills House »


Meadow House by Office Mian Ye

Meadow House by Office Mian Ye

This family home by Office Mian Ye is sheathed in a wooden brise-soleil, enabling views of the landscape while also offering privacy. Find out more about Meadow House »


Tea House by David Jameson

Tea House by David Jameson

A music recital room resembling a Japanese tea house hangs like a lantern in the garden of this residence northwest of Washington DC. Find out more about Tea House »


Riggins House by Robert Gurney Architect

Riggins House by Robert Gurney Architect

This waterfront family dwelling by American studio Robert Gurney Architect consists of overlapping volumes clad in stone, wood, fibre cement and glass. Find out more about Riggins House »