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Bath, Maine 04530

June 2016 eNews


DM|A Newsletter


June 2016 (No. 46)

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.

The Biosophical Institute

After a few meetings with the Bath Planning Board, and a bid process that helped nail the down the cost, the Biosphical Institute in Bath is making progress. Frohmiller Construction will soon be working on a new exterior egress stair on this historic, Victorian house across from Library Park. Biosophical-view1-final

Creature Double Feature

David was recently featured as part of Main Street Bath’s Business Double Feature.  Each month MSB will feature Bath businesses and non-profits, to bring awareness to the wide variety of  organizations in town in all areas of commerce and non-profits. David-Matero

Views from the Job Site

If you want a good quality house, you have to have solid foundation.  The Goose Rock House is currently about 8′ in the air waiting for a new foundation by Corey Ratliff. While the main house is up in the air, the guest cottage is scheduled for completion this summer so the owner can begin enjoying Maine. 20160512_123448

Save the Date!

It might be early, but add Saturday August 13 to your calendars for Over the Moon and Under the Stars, a gala in the park.  To celebrate Main Street Bath’s 15th year anniversary, MSB will be hosting an evening of music, dance, friends and spirits at the Library Park in Bath.  Dust off your Gatsby clothes and bring some friends, this is sure to be a blast. GALALOGO

Morse Boys Tennis

The Morse Boys Tennis teams finished the Class B South region regular season in second place with a record of 10-2 this year.  Oskar played the entire year in third singles, and although his record was not what he wanted it to be, watching how much he has improved over the last 4 years has made it enjoyable.  Morse won their first KVAC playoff game vs Freeport, but recently lost to Cape Elizabeth in the second round. tennis

Views from the job site

Cottage Living is getting close to occupancy.  The kitchen needs countertops and appliances, and there is still siding remaining on the exterior, but the light and views from the great room are wonderful!  Construction by Bunge Woodworks. 20160531_141237

On the Drawing Board

With far-off water views, a sloping site and the desire for an energy efficient design, DMA is creating a new house in Harpswell. The challenge is to both recognize the views and allow natural daylight to enter the living spaces.  Construction is scheduled for this fall by Oceanside Builders. Scene4

Morse High School Senior Prom 2016

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