Hoopers Island Residence in Church Creek, Maryland by David Jameson Architect

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The Hoopers Island Residence project conceptually fuses architectonic form with the natural elements of the site. Positioned between a salt meadow marsh, a pine forest, and the bay, the architecture is conceived to be at one with the water, the horizon, and the sky.

The idea of an elemental architecture is explored in the relationship between the simple form of the building and the agrarian structures that dot the surrounding area.Hooper’s Island occupies a land mass less than 1 meter above sea level.

The house is used with various degrees of frequency and intensity depending on the weather and the number of guests. For this reason, the house is composed of several separate cabins that can be locked down or conditioned and inhabited as needed. Although the cabins are individual buildings, they are linked visually by the exterior metal cladding and coplanar sloped roofs.

Architects: David Jameson Architect, Inc.
Principal: David Jameson
Project Architect: Ron Southwick
Project Year: 2007
Photographs: Paul Warchol Photography