Hampden Lane House by Robert Gurney Architect

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Located in the suburbs of  Maryland, USA, the Hampden Lane House was designed by Robert Gurney Architect according to the vision of their client who is a young and forward thinking entrepreneur. The goal is to built an efficient residence with minimal footprint as well as leaving the majority of the lot unoccupied by building and hardscape. The house is approxinately 2,200 square feet with no unused or underutilized space, its flat roof provides an additional 1,100 square feet of outdoor living  space with views of treetops and the downtown Bethesda skyline.

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