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Architecture December, 27 2010

Matryoshka House

Located in Bethesda, MD, and designed by David Jameson Architect, is a small home based on intersecting volumes. At center is a suspended meditation chamber, from which the home evolves with increasing large spaces. The walls function as “cradles” and much emphasis is placed on light. A truly intriguing home. (via ArchDaily).

View the chamber and more photographs after the jump.

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