June 2019 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
June 2019  (No. 82)
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Cool and Collected

Our Goose Rock Main House and Guest House were featured in the recent May/June issue of Maine Homes by Down East. This stunning transformation of a raised ranch in Small Point in Phippsburg was beautifully photographed by Erin Little Photography, text by Debra Spark. Interior design by Jeanne Handy Designs, lighting by Greg Day Lighting, construction by Corey Rattleff.
Shakespeare on the Kennebec 

DMA is a proud show sponsor of Shakespeare on the Kennebec's production of "Twelfth Night" at the Chocolate Church Arts Center in Bath. In this Shakespeare comedy, Cathy plays Feste, both a fool and intelligent. (David, here: "it's like she doesn't have to act"). Tickets are available here for Fri, Sat and Sun the next two weekends May 31, June 1-2, and June 7-9.
Views from the Job Site

Cliff house is not quite done, but done enough for the owners to move in. We can't get enough of the views from the cottage, and we were able to open additional views from the kitchen, dining room, and office. Our clients are very happy, and despite their brand new oven catching on fire (no permanent damage), are taking everything in stride. Construction by Frohmiller Construction.
Capstone Project

Over this last year, Sophi and David have met with Tyler, a senior at Mt Ararat, to mentor his Capstone Project. Tyler is passionate about architecture and passive house standards for construction. David attended his presentation and wishes he was doing this work as a freshman in college. Congratulations Tyler on great project and your acceptance to the University of Syracuse Architecture school!
Views from the Job Site

Round Pond Crossing is starting to come together. A very challenging site, the entrance is a couple of floors above the living room, but a creative bridge from the upper driveway brings one down to the house from interior stairs and bedrooms. Construction by Chapman Construction.
On the Drawing Board

DMA is adding on to a summer cottage in Phippsburg, but this addition will be insulated to allow for future, comfortable, winter visits. The connection to the main cottage is by a screen porch with back to back fireplaces to enjoy summer and winter fires.

Before and after - Goose Rock Main House
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
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Bath, ME 04530
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