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Bath, Maine 04530

March 2013 eNews

DM/A Newsletter


March 2013 (No. 8)

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

Ribbon Cutting and Chamber After Hours

As part of the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber After Hours event, a formal ribbon cutting was held for the newly opened Artforms headquarters. DM/A designed the renovation to the old Grand City Dept store, now called Town Hall Place, and home to Cool As A Moose and Artforms.  A great turnout, despite the wintery weather, guests were treated to food, music, and tours of the 40,000 sf renovation project. artforms-ribbon-cutting

Maine Home and Remodeling Show

DM/A recently co-hosted a booth at the 23rd Annual Maine Home Remodeling and Garden Show at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland.  Promoting our Lean Too homes in Brunswick and Freeport, as well as our individual design and construction firms, we met many people looking at energy efficient projects of their own. We also had impromptu client meetings as the photo shows. maine-home-show

Views from the job site

DM/A is working closely with Eric Smith from Oceanside Builders, Inc, on a ranch revival project in Brunswick.  Taking advantage of beautiful western views of Harpswell Cove, note the new window wall from the kitchen and dining room.  If you haven’t guessed, our new work is in green. Ranch Revival

Do you Facebook?

Is our monthly newsletter just not enough?  Then “like” us on Facebook and be one of the 180+ friends of David Matero Architecture.  DM/A tries to update our friends on various social media sites.  We find that this is good venue to show photos of new projects under design and during construction, and is a good way to stay in touch.   Don’t miss what these 180 people already know, we don’t just design buildings, we build relationships. Facebook

Building Energy 13

One way to stay up-to date on new technologies of energy efficiency is to scour the internet at websites such as Green Building Advisor and Building Science Corporation.  However, to go into real depth, DM/A will be spending two days at the upcoming Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Building Energy 13 conference next week.  David is looking forward to furthering the discussion on modern building technologies and energy efficiency. ABX Boston

On the drawing board

Calling it the Re-Modular, DM/A is working with Alexander and Allen on turning a rather ugly modular constructed home into a modern farmhouse.  Gutting the interior, thickening the exterior wall and adding triple-glazed windows will go a long way into creating a vastly improved thermal envelope. re-modular
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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