"Inside story" piece on artist Margaret Nomentana, who returned from Los Angeles
"Inside story" piece on artist Margaret Nomentana, who returned from Los Angeles in 1987 for a summer camp reunion and eventually built a house on Horseshoe Pond in Stoneham. She worked with Atlanta architects Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam to design a modern interpretation of a farmhouse. Scogin says "the house is about a movement that becomes a companion...as you move through it." The architects received the National AIA Honor Award of Excellence in 1999 for the project, which was built by Conforte Builders, Inc. of Lovell.
Bannai, Kyo, ""Inside story" piece on artist Margaret Nomentana, who returned from Los Angeles" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1086.
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