100 Front Street, Suite 40
Bath, Maine 04530

October 2012 eNews

DM/A Newsletter

October 2012

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

DM/A Launches new website

Have you visited www.davidmatero.com lately? Our recently redesigned DM/A website was developed with WordPress software by Maine Hosting Solutions.  The WordPress program allows easier interface with our portfolio as well as a simpler method to keep our visitors up to date with our projects and company.  You can also find our archived newsletters and project blogs.  We are still adding information to the website, but please feel free to visit and tell us what you think. www.davidmatero.com

Woolwich Town Hall

DM/A’s proposal to study an addition/renovation project for the Woolwich Town Hall was recently approved by the Woolwich selectman.  DM/A will be working closely with a building committee to analyze a variety of options.  Residents will have opportunities to comment on these options throughout the fall/winter in preparation for a town meeting in the spring. Woolwich Town Hall

Open house tours at Winter Street Center

Winter Street Church, one of Bath’s most historic buildings,  was constructed in 1843 by master builder Anthony Coombs Raymond.  Two of Maine’s influential 19th century architects, Francis Fassett and John Calvin Stevens, also had a hand in the design of the building.  WSC was saved from the wrecking ball in 1971 by Sagadahoc Preservation Inc., our local non-profit historic preservation group.Follow the history of this church, now special events center, with an exhibit prepared by Cathy Matero, as well as tours of the sanctuary.  Open through October (Tuesday and Thursday 11am to 2pm).  Oh, that house that David and Cathy are slowly renovating…was Anthony Coombs Raymond’s home from the 1840s until his death in 1879 at the age of 81. DM/A Rendering of Renovated Winter Street Center

Lunch and Learn at DM/A

Have you been looking for a place in Bath to learn about local and green building products, and have a free lunch at the same time?  Ask to be added to our lunch and learn roster by emailing cathy@davidmatero.com.Recently DM/A hosted Linwood Windows (custom wood windows made in Rockland) and Boral exterior trim (durable and sustainable poly-ash).  Next up: Thursday October 18 we will learn about Marvin Integrity’s triple-glazed window. DM/A Lunch & Learn October 4th, 2012

On the Drawing Board…

The Re-Modular: A single story modular home in Brunswick has it all, location, location, location, and not much else.  DM/A is turning this ho-hum modular into a modern “farmhouse” (without the animals) with open and ligh-filled space inside for a family of four.
Proposed view from the north
Proposed view from the north
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Cathy Matero
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