Camden architect John Morris has built his career on paying close attention.
Landscape architect Michael Boucher designs environments to feel good and to last
Fred Perkins of Hammond Lumber Company explains how customer service leads the way
The Maine Coast Stone Symposium honors sculptors, builders, and history
By thinking ahead, Larry Duell of Father and Son Builders hopes to preserve his business for the next generation
For builder Josh Sevigny, the right mix of projects means time for both work and play.
From copper roods to geothermal systems, father and son keep Haley’s Metal Shop going strong.
For architect Russ Tyson, people are the key element of home design.
An iconic Arundel barn is revived as Vinegar Hill Music Theatre.
The president’s office at Maine College of Art (MECA) in Portland is simply furnished, with a small, Thos. Moser Parsons table as a desk and a conference table made by associate professor Matt Hutton centered on an Oriental rug—the highceilinged … Continue reading