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Architect David Jameson completed Barcode Home in Washington, DC earlier this yr. The enterprise entailed making a freestanding, fashionable addition to an current, vertically-oriented metropolis row house. The extension consists of a completely see-by the use of, two-story, glass development in entrance of a slender concrete tower. A lyrical pattern of black metallic rods that resemble a barcode run all through the two glass façades, subsequently the determine.
Discover the strains on the ceiling of the within space, which echo the metallic rods that adorn the surface.
The kitchen is accomplished in a completely monochrome palette, with stainless steel house gear and minimal furnishings, along with backless bar stools. The extension houses a model new kitchen, entrance room, balcony, and roof deck. The bedrooms are located inside the concrete tower at once more.
The glass extension has its private staircase. In actuality, the extension can solely be accessed from the distinctive row house by way of a door on the first flooring.
The entrance room seems extreme adequate up that occupants might be unbothered by guests on the sidewalk and street.
A shut-up of the barcode.
The little balcony off the kitchen moreover encompasses a barcode impressed railing constructed from the similar metallic rods.
Pictures by Paul Warchol Images.