November 2019 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
November 2019  (No. 87)
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MH+D Look Book

The latest Look Book by Maine Home + Design is a feature of details and styles from last year's submissions. DMA's Yarmouth Clipper was featured in the interiors section. We worked closely with the Owner on their home, and many of the details and finishes were the result of their design sense.
For the Winn

A cottage on the rocks with views of the Winnegance had been added to and altered over time, but had passed its prime. DMA designed a completely new and updated main floor, but as demolition started, ended up altering the lower floor as well. The views from For the Winn are spectacular. Construction by Frohmiller Construction.
Stone Barn

The Stone Barn is progressing with very nice details and a natural stone base that will settle this cottage into the grade. The solid Doug Fir posts lift the living space off the ground floor which helps separate the living space from the ground level as it is very close to the road. The small windows facing the road offer privacy and a barn aesthetic. Construction by Chartier Building and Remodeling.

After a summer break, the Doppelbloopers are back with live comedy improv Friday November 8 at the Bath Golf Club. Along with the Doppelbloopers is guest storyteller Matty Ballgame and musical guest Robert Lewis. The show starts at 7:30 pm and tickets are $15 at the door. The show is not always suitable for children.
Queen Mary 2

To help celebrate our friend's 25th wedding anniversary, David and I crossed the Atlantic on the largest ocean liner every built, the Queen Mary 2. It was quite the experience, and offered days and evenings full of many activities, including afternoon tea, not to mention lots of opportunities to get dressed up. A picture blog is here.

Views from the Job Site

The roof is being framed at the Georgetown Cape. This is not your typical cape, as it will have double thick walls and triple-glazed windows...and be comfortable year-round. It will also have very nice view of the Sasanoa River. Construction by Chartier Building and Remodeling

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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
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