The owner’s goal was to create a lifetime family home using salvaged materials from an antique farmhouse and barn that had stood on another portion of the site. The timber roof structure–as well as interior wood cladding and interior doors–were salvaged from that house and combined with new, sustainable materials
Trent Bell is an architectural photographer in Biddeford, Maine, USA.
Designed for an active, outdoor-oriented couple, Maine Rural Modern stands on 10 acres of gently rolling pasture ringed by mixed woodland, a property it shares with a four-stall horse barn.
Quebec Street Residence is a bold, elegant, and efficient custom home in Portland, Maine’s Munjoy Hill neighborhood. A modernist reinterpretation of themes found in its nineteenth-century neighbors, the building reflects a close collaboration between GO Logic and our clients, who played a key role in the design process.
A gently sloping 3-acre, tree-rimmed hayfield is the site for the Hayfield House, a Passive House certified, 2,100SF, three-bedroom residence. Hayfield House has been designed to accommodate a family with three young children
Located within a converted 1840’s mercantile wharf building, the North End Loft project involved the combination of three existing residential units into a single two-story residential loft for a high tech/low tech couple interested in celebrating modern living in an authentic Boston setting.
The Downeast Coastal House exceeds its Net-Zero energy consumption goal using a grid-tied ground mounted PV array that power geothermal heat pumps for radiant in-floor heat, high-efficiency appliances and LED lighting.