Glenbrook Residence building is made of natural elements with age a century featuring a spring-given water system of subterranean furnace Air conditioning. David Jameson Architect designed the Glenbrook Residence in Bethesda, Maryland.
Glenbrook Residence includes a concept which would be to create three different structures: one which are more common programs (space entry, garage and guest bed room), one for that program of life’s most personal and something by which “public” and industries can exist together.
Two stone structures all around the pavilion of glass inside a wooded landscape in Bethesda, Maryland. Each room at Glenbrook Residence comes with an outside terrace or some kind of special link with the website as the glass roof pavilion folds past the cone of vision to produce a feeling someone out.