October 2018 eNews 
DMA Newsletter
October 2018  (No. 74)
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Homewood Bound

We have uploaded new photos taken by Rachel Sieben of one our projects in Yarmouth,  Homewood Bound. Our third project in this development, the footprint had to remain the same, but we were able to expand the one-story cottage into an energy-efficient, two-story cottage. Construction by Rideout & Turner.
Views from the Job Site

Our Brunswick Infill slowed down a little because the owner/builder had some other priorities this summer. However, the new work is separated from the main house so the owner can live and work on the same property this fall and winter. The massing fits right into the neighborhood, even from the back of the house
Office Headquarters

DMA's design for a new office building and leasable space was recently approved by the Cumberland Planning Board. The design of a one-story building was influenced by large barn structures and included elements like high spaces and dormers to break up the roof and facade.
Assassins, by SToB

DMA is a sponsor for Studio Theatre of Bath's upcoming show, Assassins by Steven Sondheim, a controversial dark comedy/musical about four successful and five would-be presidential assassins. Tickets are available at studiotheatreofbath.com. Two weekends of shows, October 12-14 and 19-21 at the Chocolate Church Arts Center in Bath.

Views from the Job Site

The planting beds at the Tao Yuan Aquaponic Greenhouse are being constructed. Fish  in tanks in a recirculating aquaculture system in the basement will create waste that naturally occurring bacteria will break down into nutrition to feed the produce garden in these beds. Construction by PM Construction and Greg Simard (interior).
On the Drawing Board

Otter Way is a 2,000 sf modern take on a farm house. With very specific requirements in layout and desires from the owner, this will create a unique home designed just for them. Sited and designed with energy efficiency in mind.

Dusk at Homewood Cottage, photo by Rachel Sieben Photography
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Cathy Matero
David Matero Architecture
100 Front Street Suite 40
Bath, ME 04530
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