100 Front Street, Suite 40
Bath, Maine 04530

September 2016 eNews

DM|A Newsletter


September 2016 (No. 49)

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.
Important Notice…DMA has a new office phone number. Our office phone number is 207.389.4278. We still carry cell phones (no surprise), you can view and update your records by viewing The Studio page.

Mainestay House

We were able to get back to the Mainestay house at Kelsey Brook and take summer photos.  The owners have done a great job exposing the ledge around the house, and creating stone seating areas with fire pits.  The screen porch was a welcome respite during this summer’s balmy weather. Mainestay

Greetings Diane

DMA welcome’s Diane Bibber-Oden to our studio recently. Diane comes to us with many years experience in the design field, and most recently, received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Augusta. diane

Views from the Job Site

DMA will be turning the Goose Rock House from a summer-only ranch into a year-round modern cottage.  New large openings, a glass railing deck, and a new screen porch will offer wonderful views to Cape Small Harbor. Construction by Corey Rattleff. (Guest house photos will be coming soon). goose-rock

Jane Morse

We were saddened by the recent passing of an important member of our community after a long battle with gliobastoma.  Jane Morse, who was vice president of Sagadahock Real Estate Association, and landlord of our building, was one of the founding members of Main Street Bath and served on many boards, including Sagadahoc Preservation Inc and the Bath Historical Society. Jane was instrumental in helping to maintain a vibrant and varied downtown. jane


We were recently notified that the Houzz community has saved our photos to their ideabooks over 25,000 times. We get a Houzz badge on our profile.  This photo of the Island Tree House has been saved to 839 ideabooks just this past year. If you want to check us out on houzz just follow this link. Island Tree House

Views from the job site

We are getting very excited about the opening of O’Reilly’s Cure Restaurant and Bar this fall. Along Route One in Scarborough (with plenty of parking), O’Reilly’s will feature indoor and outdoor dining with gas fireplaces and fire pits for around 110 guests, a rustic-modern decor, and eclectic American with traditional Irish favorites… including Guinness. Construction by Ledgewood Construction. cure

On the Drawing Board

DMA recently received approval from the homeowners’ association to re-build and expand a one-story cottage into an energy efficient, two-story cottage to be called Homewood Bound. This will be DMA’s third project in this Yarmouth homeowners’ association. Construction is scheduled to begin in September by Rideout and Turner. Scene3-proposed

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