A vacation home created by the David Jameson Architect is situated on Hooper Island, on the eastern coast of USA, in close proximity to Baltimore or Washington. The project was completed right after this area was demolished by the hurricane Isabela. The author found inspiration in the local traditional barns and fishing shacks. The house consists of several objects which may be in use depending on the need and the number of people.
This makes the structure more economically viable, since it lowers the costs of heating. The unifying element is the outer metallic casing and the sloping roofs. In contrast to the neutral, even cold impression of the exterior, the interior surprises by its warmth and welcoming atmosphere, which is achieved by an abundance of light and the materials utilized.