Title

A dramatic new shorefront house in Phippsburg flouts nearly all the conventions

Authors

Paul Doiron

Source

Down East

Date

10-1-2001

Pages

72-75

Abstract

A dramatic new shorefront house in Phippsburg flouts nearly all the conventions associated with the distinctive summer cottages built along the Maine coast a hundred years ago. Designed by Boston-based architect Jeremiah Eck, the modern, four-season, 2,700-square-foot residence presents two very different faces to the sea and land. The overall effect, front and back, is of the building rising organically out of the living stone.

Subjects

Architecture, Domestic, Eck, Jeremiah

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