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April 2016 eNews


DM|A Newsletter


April 2016 (No. 44)

Welcome to our newsletter, once a month we will update you with news about David Matero Architecture and our community. We welcome your comments, questions and feedback.

Patriot Insurance Company

DMA was recently awarded the contract to design the corporate headquarters for the Patriot Insurance Company in Yarmouth, Me.  A two-phase master plan will eventually grow this building to 30,000 sf. The site is the former DownEast Motel and Restaurant along Route One and bordering the Royal River. Currently in site plan review, led by Sebago Technics, patriot2

Look Book

The Maine Home + Design Look Book is out, and the Couples Cottage is featured in the Exterior category.  The Look Book, along with their coordinated website, is a searchable database of styles and rooms, the Best of MH+D 2016. stickney-023

Congratulations Maine Maritime Museum

Congratulations to Maine Maritime Museum, champions of the 10th annual So You Think You Know Bath game show. Main Street Bath’s biggest fundraiser, over 100 people witnessed nine teams of three contestants battle for the bragging rights of Bath history. Cathy’s team, Friends of Sequin, made the finals but lost in the end. This is the end of SYTYKB, but the word on the street is that next year’s show might look like a Family Feud. 20160318_201636

Views from the job site

The Harpswell Get Away boat house /  guest house is just about done framing by Oceanside Builders, LLC. The ground floor will have a mud room entrance for the studio above, and the boat storage will be below with generous barn doors for entrances. 019-(2)

Paint Night – April 10

Banners over Bath, a  Main Street Bath Design Committee program, provides locally produced original art for Downtown Bath.  The banners will be hung on the lampposts brightening up our downtown this early spring.  Create your own original artwork with banners purchased from MSB by April 18. Do you need help painting?  Join us on April 10 at 1, 2 or 3 pm for Family Paint Hour at Tony’s Dance Studio in Bath. banners2


David attended two of the three days of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association conference in Boston last month. This conference focuses on energy efficient design, education, and networking, and truly leads the way to help architects and builders stay at the forefront of building science. 20160309_153453

On the Drawing Board

Simple and energy efficient are the important elements of this 2,400 sf home deep in the woods of Freeport. The house will feature natural and durable materials, and the latest in building science to create a comfortable home for a family of four. B-11
Opening Day, New England Revolution, 2016
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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