January 2020 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
January 2020  (No. 89)
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.
Happy New Year

All of us at David Matero Architecture would like to wish our family, friends, and, especially our clients, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

DMA enjoyed another year of interesting and varied projects in 2019. Not all of them make it into our portfolio, but we pride ourselves on providing appropriate and inspiring design services wherever possible.

We are looking for forward to continuing our growing relationships into 2020. None of this, of course, would be possible without the trust our clients have in us to provide them with our best design and architectural services.

Cheers! 
Otter Way

Most of the windows are in at Otter Way, currently under construction by Corey Rattleff. A very well insulated and high-performing house, the design reflects all the needs of the owner , which actually is leading to some challenges. Fortunately, our homes are not only structurally engineered, they are mechanically engineered -- so we can deal with exhausting the home-brewing room.
Belted Cow

Both the owner, and tenants of the leased space, at the Belted Cow in Cumberland are planning on moving in the middle of this month. This 14,000 sf building has 10,000 sf of leased space and will be the headquarters for the Belted Cow Company. Construction by Landry/French.
Doppelbloopers

The Doppelbloopers take the stage at a new location on Friday January 31 at 7:30 pm. Tickets prices are $15 in advance for their upcoming performance in the Annex of the Chocolate Church in Bath, and can be purchased here. Leave the young ones at home, as you never know where the comedy of this improv troupe ends up going.
Georgetown Cape

The exterior air barrier has been completed at the Georgetown Cape and performed at 1.5 ACH 50 blower door test, a good result for the first test with some complicated intersections. Construction by  Chartier Building and Remodeling .

Views from the Job Site

Complimenting a lakeside mid-century modern deck house overlooking Lake Cobbosseecontee, DMA designed a 1,700 sf guest house hugging the sloping site and meeting strict shoreland zoning rules. Construction by Chapman Construction.

The Lean Too, Brunswick, ME (photo by Darren Setlow Photography)
We hope you enjoy our newsletter. Feel free to share this with your friends or send us their email to be added to our mailing list. Please contact us with any questions or comments.  The "Safe Unsubscribe" link below allows one to be removed from the list.

Sincerely,

Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
207.389.4278
David Matero Architecture | 207.389.4278 |   info@davidmatero.com | davidmatero.com
STAY CONNECTED: