2021 Architecture Submissions

As Maine’s leading design authority, the team at MH+D spends the year seeking out the best residential and commercial architecture projects throughout the state, culminating into our wildly popular Architecture issue at the end of the year. Previously published in December, the Architecture issue is back and better than ever as our double November/December issue. Featuring projects that push the boundaries in terms of ingenuity, design, and aesthetics, the Architecture issue highlights the best of the best in the thriving community of architects, builders, designers, and craftsmen in Maine.

Deadline Extended! Submit your projects by September 10th for consideration to be featured in the 2021 Architecture issue of Maine Home + Design!

Looking for inspiration? Check out the 2020 Architecture Listing.

  • About the Project

  • Special Considerations/siting/challenges/goals/zoning issues/clients' goals/energy efficiency/innovations/etc.
  • i.e., A bright, energy-efficient new structure on a tight budget that can be enjoyed year-round.
  • Contact Information

  • Company/Firm Bio

  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
  • Project Photos

    In order to be considered for this issue, please submit 5 high-res images of your favorite/most interesting/most compelling/most challenging project in Maine (can be residential or commercial, and must have been completed within the last 2 years by a licensed Maine architect)

    **Images must be labeled: ARCH ISSUE_Firm name_Project name

    If images are larger than 50MB each, please submit to our File Mail
  • ***It should be noted that for this story, we will only run photos that you have hired and own full rights to run in Maine Home+Design. Please confirm that this is the case.***
  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 50 MB, Max. files: 5.
      Submit up to 5 high-res images. If images are larger than 50MB each please submit here to our File Mail.
    • Homeowner(s) Contact

      We will send a copy to the homeowner(s). This information will not be printed in the publication.