February 2017 eNews 
DM|A Newsletter
February 2017  (No. 54)
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House on the Hill

DMA recently received new photos from a summer shoot on Paris Hill for the House on the Hill project. Rachel Sieben provided the photography, and Janice Dunwoody did the styling. Click here for the portfolio.
Maine Home & Remodeling Show

DMA will be exhibiting at the Maine Home & Remodeling Show Saturday February 18 (10 am to 5 pm) and Sunday February 19 (10 am to 4 pm) at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. There will be over 180 exhibitors in the home construction industry attending. Tickets are $8, but we have a few complementary day passes to give away, so just let me know if you are interested in attending for free.  cathy@davidmatero.com..

Views from the job site

The Goose Rock House,  a year-round modern house from a summer-only cottage, now has new large openings, a glass railing deck, and a new screen porch from which to enjoy wonderful views to Cape Small Harbor. The black exterior (walls, windows and roof) will provide a contrast to the white interior. Construction by Corey Rattleff.

Houzz Best of Design

For the  third year in a row, and 4 of the last 5 (we won't mention 2014), DMA was awarded Best of Houzz for 2017 in the Design category, as one of the most  popular architects as ranked by the more than 40 million monthly users on Houzz.

Oxford Hills Technical School

David was invited as a guest critic and judge at his high school alma mater for the  OHTS Tech Challenge. Architect/teacher Daelynn Elizabeth, runs an amazing architecture program, and so impressed David that he felt these kids were doing the work of a college program. Congratulations to winners EAD 1, Daniel Boughter, EAD II, Kyle Parker, and EAD III, Emily Blackshaw.

Views from the job site
Landry/French is taking advantage of the weather and is progressing quickly digging foundations and pouring concrete footings for the Patriot Insurance Company in Yarmouth.
On the Drawing Board

A new home for a large family, plus visiting extended family, in the woods of Brunswick includes a generous family room, outdoor space for a pool and pool house, and a game room above the garage. Designed to take advantage of the southern sun, double-thick walls and triple-glazed windows will create an energy-efficient family home.
House on the Hill, Paris Hill (photo by Rachel Sieben)
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
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Bath, ME 04530
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