Oak Camp, Cobbosseecontee Lake

A temporary photograph while we wait to schedule the professional photographers. A new water front family camp on Cobbosseecontee Lake in Manchester Maine. This modern lake front camp was designed to replace a pair of ...

Quohog Bay Barn

Long gone were the livestock and recently gone were the antiques, car, and outdoor gear to make way for a new lifetime home for retiring back to the family farm. The existing composition reflected the ...

Family Circle

In it’s orange shag carpeted heyday this home was featured in Family Circle magazine as an example of passive solar design. Our renovation prepared this Scarborough, Maine mid-century gem for the next 50 years with ...

Terrapin Passive House

Terrapin Passive House has been Pre-certified by PHIUS to meet the Passive House standard. The term passive house refers to a rigorous, voluntary standard for energy efficiency in a building, reducing its ecological footprint. It results ...

Infill on the Hill

Urban infill multi-unit apartment building twins in Portland’s East Bayside neighborhood.   “Thank you so kindly for showing us the apartment . The building design and apartment interiors are beautiful and we look forward to ...

Four Square Kitchen

A modest kitchen addition in South Portland Maine.

Fox Facades

Improvements to the facades of two local business in Portland’s East Bayside neighborhood – Portland’s Greener Cleaner and Maine Green Performance Building Supply

East End Community Waterfront

AIA Maine Ideas Competition 2009 Award for Excellence winner In collaboration with Cowles Studio Landscape Architecture See coverage in Maine Home + Design

Merymeeting Cottage

A renovation of a Duck hunting camp into a new family getaway. The new cottage reuses an existing foundation as the basis for new a refined camp.

Home Lounge

Interior rendering of a home bar and lounge space. (Note, this project was not in Rio. The backdrop image was added just for fun.)

Universel

Competition entry for a Sufi temple in the Berkshire Mountains of New York. The fire left behind a stone foundation, which is a tie to the earth and a tie the earlier community who erected ...

On the Boards

Images of projects in the works. Contact me if you’d like to see yours here.