Maine

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    Upward Mobility in Maine

    A thorough but cost-conscious remodel transforms an underachieving northern New England house into the star of its neighborhood.

     
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    New Meets Old on the Coast of Maine

    A summer compound combines the contemporary and the vernacular.

     
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    EHDA Grand Award: TerraHaus

    First Passive House-certified student residence hall in the United States earns special recognition from the EHDA jury.

     
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    Cottage kitchen renovation in Maine

    The kitchen in this 1915 house includes nice views from the sink and a 5-foot-by-5-foot pantry tucked into a corner.

     
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    In Maine, the master bath of this separate suite is usable year-round

    This separate master quarters' bath features high windows and traditional lighting fixtures used in a modern way.

     
  • With its simple forms, strategic window placement, and super-efficient building shell, G¢OLogics prototype house minimizes both up-front cost and operating expenses. Shown: Prototype A.

    G•O Logic's Prototype House Brings Zero-Energy Design Within Reach

    Using innovative design and construction methods, Maine design/build firm G?OLogic produces a zero-energy single-family home for $150 per square foot.

     
  • a bright idea

    When Keith Collins called on Kaplan Thompson Architects to design an outbuilding for his wife, Mary, it seemed like a straightforward commission.

     
  • distant vision

    This vacation home is not what the clients envisioned when they signed up Blue Hill, Maine-based Elliott Elliott Norelius Architecture. According to project architect Eric Reinholdt, the clients, a retired couple, “wanted a pretty traditional-style home.”

     
  • easy pieces

    This vacation home is not what the clients envisioned when they signed up Blue Hill, Maine-based Elliott Elliott Norelius Architecture. According to project architect Eric Reinholdt, the clients, a retired couple, “wanted a pretty traditional-style home.”

     
  • schindler residence, san Francisco

    Adding onto an iconic piece of architecture can be intimidating, but the seamless extensions proposed for this 1950 house by Rudolph Schindler earned nothing but praise from the judges.

     
 
 
 
 
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