Barcode House

Steel rods against glass create a “barcode house” in the nation’s capital

In Washington, D.C., architect David Jameson recently designed what is now deemed the “Barcode House.” His client desired a transparent living space and in order to meet this request, there needed to be an integrated solution for reinforcement. By using structural steel rods against a glass window, Jameson was able to craft a barcode effect, ultimately pleasing the client and creating a visually appealing structure.

Barcode House

View more photos of the barcode house and learn more here.