March 2020 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
March 2020  (No. 91)
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.
Home Show

To our new friends we met at the Maine Home and Remodeling show last month, welcome to our monthly newsletter! It's a great way to keep in touch with us and checkout some of our projects, as well as stay updated on some of the  community events in Bath and Cathy's theatrical projects.

Mid-Century Updated

The Mid-Century Updated guest house for a main house designed in the manner of a mid-century deck house is coming along nicely. Electrical and mechanical rough-in is on-going, and many of the fixtures throughout the house have been chosen. The low scale of the cottage hugs the sloping grade and will nestle into the landscape when done. Construction by Chapman Construction.
Mystery 207 / Doppelbloopers

Mystery 207 is performing throughout the state, and in Massachusetts, with their themed dinner and a show. The next show you can purchase tickets to is a wild west theme at Stroudwater Distillery in Portland on March 20. The Doppelbloopers improv group is back on stage at the Chocolate Church for their St. Paddy's Friday the 13th show, tickets are available here.

What started as a renovation to Waterledge turned into a new build after receiving shoreland zoning approval. The cottage-feel was important and even the feel that the cottage had been added to over time was part of the design feature. Construction by Oceanside Builders.
Maine Statehood Day

Happy 200th birthday Maine! We became the nation's the 23rd state on March 15, 1820 as part of the Missouri Compromise. We will celebrate locally with a Family Friendly Bicentennial Bean Brunch as well as a  Community Baked Bean Supper.  

For events statewide visit the Maine 200 website .

On the Drawing Board

On the banks near Small Point in Phippsburg is a tear down of a small cottage and a new, energy efficient home for an out-of-state architect. This retirement home will feature art and writing studios and a great room that will frame and capture wonderful and quiet views of the water. 

Goose Rock main house, Phippsburg
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David Matero Architecture
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Bath, ME 04530
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