The ‘NaCl’ house, as it is called, is an interesting formation by David Jameson architect. Based out of Washington, DC, Jameson has created some spectacular works all over the country, including this home that is titled after the chemical compound for sodium chloride.
The chemical makeup that it has was then translated into a physical object from an architectural standpoint– and thus, the NaCl residence was born. The interior is just as sparse and controlled as the exterior, and the windows of the massive volumes each have an interesting feat. No shadows. The windows were all installed flush to eliminate any of the pesky shadowing that typically comes with them.