Amanda and Brian have worked on all types of projects over the last 25 years. Here is a sampling of our best work. For architectural projects, we were either the designer, project architect, project manager, job captain, or a combination of those roles. For graphic design work, we conceived, created, and oversaw publication of all pieces.
Colors, forms, and details inspired by coastal architecture.
Retail architecture echoes the vernacular in a fresh way.
A barn’s cupola evokes New England charm on approach to the main house.
An elementary school library uses furniture and level changes to provide nurturing spaces for learning.
A large shingle style archway welcomes the community to an active senior center.
Beadboard, brackets, & wall lanterns highlight a backyard porch that leads down to the water.
A cozy fireplace anchors a bright and airy reading room.
A house blends with its natural landscape to provide a variety of spaces and experiences.
Shingle style elements and cupola help define a new clubhouse.
An iconic red roof and white clapboard signal to airborn passengers that they arrived in Midcoast Maine.
A sweeping corridor playfully uses glass to visually connect a library, a cafeteria, and a courtyard at this elementary school.
Large slabs of local stone anchor the lower level of a Maine peninsula house.
A full-color brochure for Broad Bay Church illustrates the planned project, financials, and church history.
Stone, wood, and deep overhangs provide views and a gateway to a park.
Collar ties on a wide overhang provide detail and life over a glassed garden entry.
Details and color around a triple window harmonize with the house’s character.
Broad Bay Church’s capital campaign logo spotlights its steeple and its message.
The varied scale of the surrounding campus creates an inviting and safe place to swim.
A rustic living area invites gathering and reflection.
The beauty of redwood highlights an arched passageway that opens to a cupola at a community pool house.
Classic shingle style elements, including a distinctive chimney, link living and dining spaces to the backyard.
A Tudor motif gets a fresh look at an equestrian pavilion for horses, trainers, and riders.
A large bay of windows offers seniors a sweeping view of the local neighborhood from a hilltop.
Of the seven websites that Medomak Design has done, HandmaineKnits in one of our favorites.
Warm tones and simple wood details provide a quiet getaway for study and collaboration.
A gracious porch connects to the surrounding woods and opens to a pathway to the beach.
Diamond-panel glass, natural cedar, and locally quarried stone mix in fresh ways for an artist’s house.
A chapel brings warmth and light to senior living.
Earth tones, arched forms, and a lobby cupola add to the non-institutional experience.
A playful and dynamic logo for an active group of moms and kids in the Boston area.
Patrons and staff interact in warm central spaces.
A redwood cupola and arched pass-thru anchor a park’s community pool.
Natural light and soothing forms and colors provide a caring environment for patients.
Light wood and soaring shapes evoke a quiet, yet lively place to participate in air travel.
Must Stash Yarns, a San Antonio yarn company, commissioned fun artwork for one of their yearly events.
Friendly forms welcome at-risk youth with a home-like setting.
Forgotten attic spaces become nooks for small meetings and reading groups.
A snack bar’s deck overlooks the club’s grounds and provides a sheltered overhang for the pro shop below.
Entry details set the stage for a coastal house.
A light and airy entry lobby and monumental stair contribute to feelings of well-being.
Vibrant red brackets and doorway adorn a classic entry.
A coffee shop and a bookstore could easily find a home in familiar vernacular forms.
A sleeping loft with nautical details overlooks a warm wood greatroom.