April 2017 eNews 
DM|A Newsletter
April 2017  (No. 56)
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Goose Ledge

A sloping site, just recently cleared, offers nice views from Harpswell. Along with Oceanside Builders, DMA has been working closely with clients who are excited to retire to Maine. Double thick walls, slab-on-grade, and an orientation to limit excavation on a rocky site are just some important elements in this custom home.

The steel super structure has been completely erected at the Patriot Insurance Company project in Yarmouth, all 34,000 square feet of it. Second floor deck is next, as well as preparation for concrete slab placement. Construction by Landry/French Construction Company.
Views from the job site

The details of Goose Rock Ledge are looking amazing. Too many features to list, some include a free-standing master bedroom headboard with floating art shelves, floating master bath vanity by Fiddlehead Designs, glass deck railings, and nickel-gap poplar ceilings and accent walls. Construction by Corey Rattleff, this project will be fun to photograph.

Look Book

Every year Maine Home + Design issues a "Look Book," featuring Best Of details from the previous year. Our Couples Cottage was featured for its kitchen, with a Douglas Fir slat wall that filters morning sun light into the kitchen. Construction by Senecal Construction Services.

My Ride

When you are scouting a house site a quarter mile into the woods, sometimes its more fun to ride in. Check out David in a four-seater siting a private residence in Brunswick, which has yet to get a name.

Libby Rose Upgrade

At least the stairs remain at this renovation to a farmhouse, Libby Rose Organic Farm, in So. Paris. Gus Fillerbrown is beginning to put things back together after removing some of the old construction. After finding no insulation in the walls, a new insulation package, new windows, and a new heat pump system will create a revitalized and comfortable home.
On the Drawing Board

When the location outweighs the issues of a house for a young family, it's worth renovating to fit the needs of the owner. DMA is working on a small, but impactful, house project in Yarmouth.
Willow enjoying the snow at a recent magazine photo shoot with Rachel Seiben
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
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