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).
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »