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| Published on April 18, 2018

The owner of this unique house chose a site on his mountain top property to capture specific views of the peaks he has climbed including most of the New Hampshire Presidential Range. The house hangs over a precipice where wildlife is frequently seen moving through the valley far below. The house is, by necessity, off-… View project details >

| Published on January 5, 2016

Benefitting from the existence of a dilapidated structure, we were able to reuse and expand the footprint and volume with a new contemporary version of a Maine camp. Using sun orientation, views, and prevailing winds as guides, the plan began to take shape. We grew the volume to meet program needs while getting sunlight deep… View project details >

| Published on September 21, 2015

A dilapidated 1840s farmhouse with numerous later additions, sitting on a beautiful five acre site, was renovated to return a vintage appeal to its exterior.  The three apartments of varying sizes were outfitted with contemporary interiors and state-of-the-art systems.  The feeling of a small country village is reinforced by fieldstone walls lining the drive and… View project details >

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| Published on April 30, 2012

The purchase of the former Porteous, Mitchell, and Braun Department Store building on Congress Street allowed Maine College of Art to unify its studio majors, library and administrative offices into one building. The vision of the College was to give students and faculty an environment of open sharing and expression of thinking, allowing the individual… View project details >

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| Published on April 30, 2012

During the renovations of the main house, the clients decided that a separate building was needed for artist studio space, doubling as overflow guest quarters. With setback and topography challenges, using the footprint once occupied by a utility building presented the best solution. This 460 square foot building projects out over a steep site, has… View project details >

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| Published on April 30, 2012

This stand-alone guesthouse completes a family retreat on the coast of Maine. While giving guests a get-a-way spot from larger gatherings, one can easily transition to the excitement of family events through a trail system along the shore. The exterior is clad in red cedar shingles with a clear finish, and painted accents use natural hues matching specific colors found on the site. The combination of wood and stone interior gives warmth to large spaces. Bedrooms are arranged to allow multiple families to stay together yet maintain privacy. View project details >