A series of puzzle pieces that “interlock in a very unique way,” architect David Jameson’s award-winning, complex, yet column-free “Jigsaw Residence” is designed around a central courtyard that allows light to pulse into the home from every direction without compromising privacy. “When you are inside the house, sometimes you feel like you are outside, and when you are outside you feel like you are inside,” says Jameson. Ribbons of glass and wall -- stucco on the outside, plaster on the interior -- and varying ceiling heights and clerestory windows help define the bright and airy spaces.
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