August 2019 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
August 2019  (No. 84)
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Goose Rock

We recently uploaded updated photos by Erin Little Photography for Goose Rock Main House. Goose Rock was featured in Maine Homes by DownEast Magazine June 2019 issue, Cool and CollectedA clean and contemporary aesthetic define this Contemporary Scandinavian house. Interior design by Jeanne Handy Designs, lighting design by Greg Day Lighting, construction by Corey Rattleff.
Belted Cow

Progress for the 14,000 sf headquarters (and leasable space) for Belted Cow in Cumberland is moving smoothly and swiftly by using panelized construction techniques and trusses. The design is influenced by old barn structures and includes dormers and loft spaces to break up the facade and massing. Construction by Landry/French Construction.
Yellow Brick Road

Mark your calendars for Sunday September 1st for one of Main Street Bath's biggest fundraisers this year. Our good friend, Gerald Brann, will be headlining his band, Yellow Brick Road, a tribute to Elton John, at the waterfront park in Bath. There will be a beer tent and food trucks along Commercial Street. Tickets are $30 (kids under 12 are free) and are available here.
Cliff House

There are still a few finishing touches to the Cliff House in Phippsburg, but the owners are enjoying their renovated summer cottage, and certainly relish the new views opened up to the ocean. A small addition helped reorganize the living spaces to make them more efficient and contemporary. Construction by Frohmiller Construction.
Breezy Bluff 

A natural gray palette is evolving at Breezy Bluff in Phippspurg. A stone veneer base evokes the large ledge at the edge of the ocean as the gray cypress siding and modern black windows offer unobstructed views out past Casco Bay to the Atlantic. Construction by John Totman.
Maine Biz

Along with a couple other architects, David was recently interviewed for an article in Mainebiz on the local restaurant architecture scene in Portland, Feast for the Eyes. Our portfolio of restaurants and bars includes the original Bayside Bowl and Bingas Stadium in Portland, as well as restaurants from Kennebunk to Bath.

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