In 1700, it was first reported that the coast of Maine had “as many islands as there are days in the year.” Thus, the Calendar Islands began to epitomize Maine living. Chebeague represents one of these islands and carries with it a rich history among the generations who call this place home.
Trent Bell is an architectural photographer in Biddeford, Maine, USA.
Architects: Scott Simons Architects Project: Pondicherry House Location: Mount Desert, Maine, USA Area: 2,950 SF Photography: Trent Bell The owners wanted a small house that touched the earth lightly. They are foresters and wanted the interiors to be made with all clear pine from their sustainable forests. Conservation easements required the house be sited 150 […]
A property, that was once an expansive saltwater farm, now serves as a setting for this oceanfront retreat located a short drive from downtown Portland. The farm’s fields, cleared long ago for cultivation, now afford sweeping views of the rocky shore, distant islands, and a vast horizon. On it’s own it is an incredibly beautiful […]
Quincy Bay House is a single family passive house designed by GO Logic Architecture, a architecture and construction firm located in Belfast, Maine, US. Located on an east-facing oceanfront lot in densely populated Quincy, Massachusetts, this custom-designed, single-family residence employs a traditional peaked roof form to fit in with the surrounding neighborhood, but still differentiates […]
Little House On The Ferry is a summer retreat composed of a group of cabins designed by GO Logic in Vinalhaven, Maine, USA. CLT’s were utilized as a construction solution for a seasonal residence that can be applied to remote locations, including the many beautiful and difficult-to-access islands off the coast of Maine. Little House on […]