March 2017 eNews 
DM|A Newsletter
March 2017  (No. 55)
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.
Homewood Bound

We love this detail of the front entrance to Homewood Bound in Yarmouth.  As part of a home association, very strict design guidelines are in place to maintain consistency with the neighborhood. The interior is coming along nicely by Rideout & Turner, and cabinets by Fiddlehead Designs were delivered today.
Maine Home & Remodeling Show

We would like to welcome our new friends who we met at the Maine Home & Remodeling Show in Portland recently.  David and I spent two days talking to new people and seeing some old friends. Conversations were wide-ranging and involved a lot of talk about sustainable practices.
Views from the job site

What a transformation at Ledgmere in West Bath. The large facade was broken up by a new gabled front entry porch and bracketed roof that wraps the cottage. The interior features a fantastic stone fireplace and a double island kitchen. Construction by Oceanside Builders, Inc.

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association

The DMA office will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday March 7/8 so we can all attend the NESEA Building Energy 2017 Conference in Boston. Building science continues to evolve, and to better help our clients get the most out of their design and construction investment, DMA will be attending this energy conference to better educate ourselves, and bring that back to our office.

Front Street Feud

After 10 glorious years of "So You Think You Know Bath," the Main Street Bath game show has been retired, it will be replaced with " Front Street Feud." In place of families, local non-profits will battle each other using our local surveys. Tickets are available here for the debut performance on Friday March 24 from 6 to 9 pm. We are putting the "fun" in fund raiser.

Views from the job site

The framing is complete at the Corsican Restaurant in Freeport. DMA assisted the owners in designing their restaurant after it burned to the ground last April. This new design is reminiscent of the original building, but with all of the modern amenities of a new building. New features include a second floor deck, cathedral ceilings on the second floor, and a brand new kitchen. Construction by Lobozzo & Builders.
On the Drawing Board

It's not often you get to pick your neighbors. How about not only picking your neighbors but designing their house, too? Our neighborhood is about to get an upgrade in Bath. On the boards is our first castle.
Light show at the Red Hot Chlli Peppers concert at TD BankNorth Garden, Boston
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Sincerely,

Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
207.389.4278
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