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December 2012 eNews

 

David Matero Architecture

DM/A Newsletter

December 2012

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Welcome to our newsletter. Occasionally we will update you with news about David Matero Architecture. We welcome your comments, questions and feedback.
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DM/A in Maine Home + Design

Have you picked up the December issue of Maine Home + Design? Every year MH+D highlights a group of Maine architects and features one of their projects. In this Architecture issue, DM/A and our Lean Too project are featured, along with 20 other architecture projects in the state. DM/A would like to thank the staff at MH+D for their hard work and the service they do for highlighting home design in our region. Lean Too house

DM/A’s first employee!

DM/A is excited to introduce our first employee. Alex Rogers graduated last May from the University of Tennessee and currently lives in Mt Vernon where she is helping her parents renovate their 1860?s farmhouse. Alex is getting a hands on experience in a deep energy retrofit during the weekends and becoming a valuable resource for DM/A during the day. Alex Rogers
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Join the micro-conversation on Twitter

Do you tweet? Follow David Matero Architecture at DM_Architecture on Twitter as we Design Buildings and Build Relationships one tweet at a time. Twitter
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Woolwich Town Hall

For the past few months DM/A has been working with the Woolwich Town Hall Building Committee on how to upgrade their existing facility. The current town hall (and fire station) no longer meets the needs of the community. Two schemes have been developed and currently are being presented to the town of Woolwich so the citizens can determine the direction of their town hall project. An upcoming public hearing is scheduled for December 5. The final vote is scheduled during the town meeting in May, 2013. Woolwich Town Hall
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ABX Boston

DM/A recently visited ABX Boston, the Architecture Boston Expo, courtesy of the Pella bus that started in Bangor and picked up architects and builders on the way through Maine to Boston. The trade show was held at the Boston Convention Center, New England’s largest convention center. DM/A attended classes and visited with product representatives, and had a fun-filled dinner at the No Name Restaurant with the Pella crew. Running into a classmate from Roger Williams University, Mark Carnicelli, was a highlight for David. ABX Boston
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On the drawing board…

DM/A is back to the drawing board helping a family of four in Brunswick fulfill their dream of an open and light-filled home. This is just one of our preliminary interior studies showing the view from the living room back to the dining room and kitchen. Further studies will show how light (and the free heat that comes with it in the winter) will enter their living spaces. Brunswick Open and Light-filled
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Sincerely,
Cathy Matero
cathy@davidmatero.comDavid Matero Architecture

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