100 Front Street, Suite 40
Bath, Maine 04530

July 2016 eNews

DM|A Newsletter


July 2016 (No. 47)

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.

Going 360

Allison’s Restaurant in Kennebunkport has gone 360. Convinced Photography visited Allison’s recently and shot this 360 Facebook photo.  If you can’t make it to Allison’s, at least you can see our work in the round. Allisons Restaurant

Heritage Days

From Friday July 1 to Monday July 4 Bath will be celebrating Heritage Days, sponsored by Main Street Bath. There is something for everyone this weekend, two stages of music and entertainment, Maine artists marketplace in Library Park, a downtown carnival, a July 4th parade, and a bigger then ever fireworks display over the Kennebec River Monday at 9pm. IMG_7609

Views from the Job Site

The South Bristol Elementary School kitchen renovation is moving along quickly, which it must as this is a summer-only project.  Being constructed by Building Resources out of Brunswick, DMA has been working with the Central Lincoln County School System on the bid and construction process. 20160630_093304

Outdoor Learning

David was honored to be recognized by the West Bath Elementary School Build Team during their Community Celebration of Learning. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade class David met with in the spring have designed and built, along with the generous help of Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant and, especially, Frohmiller Construction, an outdoor classroom. west-bath

Committee on the Environment

David was invited to attend a two-day event sponsored by the New England AIA COTE (Committee on the Environment) Leadership Summit in Boston. The headline speaker, Paul Hawken, author of Natural Capitalism, opened the event, and then David participated in a full-day workshop with architects, builders, and other industry leaders. 20160602_094104

Views from the job site

We have a few projects at various levels of construction.  Clockwise, the Harpswell Boat House was just occupied.  The Bridge House is currently installing wood ceilings and the Garage / Studio addition will provide aging-in-place in downtown Brunswick.

Harpswell Boat House


Garage / Studio


Bridge House

On the Drawing Board

On a horse farm in Wilton, next to Farmington, DMA is designing an energy efficient home.  An open concept plan will provide first floor living with a farmer’s porch overlooking the Mt Blue area. Bailey-Model-6

Father’s Day paddle with Oskar exploring Knubble Bay

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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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