AIA Design Theory

Client Comes First

AIA Design Theory - September 2015

Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography Sarah Beard Buckley

In MH+D's continuing collaboration with AIA Maine, we present to you each month a design concept from an architect's point of view.

Architect David Graham on putting client needs ahead of personal style

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Design Harmony

AIA Design Theory - August 2015

Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography Sarah Beard Buckley 

In MH+D's continuing collaboration with AIA Maine, we present to you each month a design concept from an architect's point of view.

 AIA Maine President Rob Tillotson on the importance of collaborative design.

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Match Making

AIA Design Theory - July 2015

Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography by Sarah Beard Buckley

In MH+D's continuing collaboration with AIA Maine, we present to you each month a design concept from an architect's point of view.

 Bruce Butler

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AIA Design Theory - Carol Morrissette

Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography Ezra Wolfinger

Carol Morriessette

The Power of Place

AIA DESIGN THEORY - March 2015

Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography by Sarah Beard Buckley

Architect Gabrielle Russell's vision for her hometown is rooted in a deep sense of place and a desire to be daring with design. 

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Designing the Heart of a Home

PROFILE - February 2015
By Katy Kelleher | Photography by Nicole Wolf

From Moscow to Maine, Elaine Murdoch designs kitchens that perform and bathrooms with style

For nearly three decades, Elaine Murdoch has been applying the knowledge she gained in art school and working various hands-on jobs to designing highly functional kitchens, bathrooms, and more. 

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Architecture for Everyone

AIA DESIGN THEORY - February 2015
Edited by Rebecca Falzano | Photography by Sarah Beard Buckley

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Since 1978, the nonprofit group Alpha One has been redefining disability in Maine. Architect Jill Johanning believes the best design is the kind that can be used by all. 

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