Knox County Airport
An iconic red roof and white clapboard signal to airborn passengers that they arrived in Midcoast Maine.
Library patrons and staff interact at a warm and inviting circulation desk.
New Canaan Pool House
A redwood cupola and arched pass-thru anchor a park’s community pool.
Light wood and soaring shapes evoke a quiet, yet lively place to participate in air travel.
Glenville Elementary School
An elementary school library uses furniture and level changes to provide nurturing spaces for learning.
Office and retail architecture echo the vernacular in a fresh way.
Colors, forms, and details are inspired by coastal Maine architecture.
Westport Senior Center
Stone, wood, and deep overhangs provide views and a gateway to a park.
Elderhouse Senior Care
A large bay of windows offers seniors a sweeping view of the local neighborhood from a hilltop.
Warm tones and simple wood details provide a quiet getaway for study and collaboration.
Alfond Center for Health
Natural light and soothing forms and colors provide a caring environment for patients.
Acadia Family Outpatient Services
Familiar and friendly forms welcome at-risk youth with a home-like setting.
A light and airy entry lobby and monumental stair contribute to feelings of well-being.
Hampshire Country Club
A snack bar’s deck overlooks the club’s grounds and provides a sheltered overhang for the pro shop below.
Quaker Ridge Golf Club
Forgotten attic spaces become nooks for small meetings and reading groups.
A Tudor motif gets a fresh look at an equestrian pavilion for horses, trainers, and riders.
A sweeping corridor playfully uses glass to visually connect spaces at this elementary school.
Collar ties on a wide overhang provide detail and life over a glassed garden entry.
The varied scale of the surrounding campus creates an inviting and safe place to swim.
Earth tones, arched forms, and a lobby cupola add to the non-institutional experience.
Bonnie Briar Country Club
Shingle style elements, large windows, and a cupola help define a new clubhouse.
Natural materials, including redwood and stone, feel at home in a park setting.
A non-denominational chapel brings warmth and light to senior living.