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Raised on Higgins Beach

This approximately 2,000-square-foot new home being designed by Kevin Browne Architecture will replace a very tired home that had been cobbled together over the years. The property is located on a dead end street in the heart of Higgins Beach … Continue reading

Good Bones

Phi Builders and Architects was recently given the unique opportunity to adapt a large commercial structure into a family-scaled private residence. Through demolition completed early in the design process, Phi was able to thoroughly investigate the existing building and explore … Continue reading

Little Ponds Residence

The home is composed of three structures situated on a wooded coastal site in Harpswell and takes its cues from the rugged coastline and the dense vegetation found on site. The property’s main structure is situated to take advantage of … Continue reading

Four Corners House

  Four Corners House is a three-bedroom, 2,300-square-foot vacation home that is sited along Maine’s thickly wooded and rugged Bold Coast. Its design is derived from a prototypical nine-square grid: the home forms a courtyard with a communal space to … Continue reading

Growing a Cape in Rosemont

To renovate a small house, on a small lot, in an existing coveted neighborhood of Portland, MJM+A Architects had a number of challenges and goals to meet. The owners know they want to stay put, but they desperately need more … Continue reading

Keyway: an Island Meadow Home

This design by COVE by Knickerbocker Group is for a recently retired couple with two adult children and pets. The design, called Keyway, offers flexibility in the use of the house, allowing for home offices as well as room for … Continue reading

Juniper House at Merriwood

  Since the onset of the pandemic, Maine has seen an influx of out-of-staters and developers who have turned their eye toward more remote and idyllic settings for their projects. Our clients began their project, Merriwood, ahead of this trend. … Continue reading

Built to Scale

Whitten Architects has designed a modest addition to a vintage cape in Unity for Erin French and Michael Dutton of the Lost Kitchen in Freedom. It was the hope of the owners, and design team, that the addition did not … Continue reading

New Tradition

As Hendricks Churchill’s first project in Maine, this is a new construction of a 3,000-square-foot traditional house with an attached barn. The firm started by looking for the “quintessential Maine country house” and landed on the “big house, little house, … Continue reading