J A M E S W A L T E R
S C H I L D R O T H
Practice continues with a focus on one of a kind residential design created from understanding the needs of the client and in relationship to the conditions of the site.
Design created and constructed through experience and an understanding of the principles of Organic Architecture..
Thank you, James Schildroth, Architect
E-mail is the best way to contact me. Please put "Organic" in the subject line so I don't delete you as SPAM.
JAMES WALTER SCHILDROTH, ORGANIC ARCHITECT
J A M E S S C H I L D R O T H A S S O C I A T E S, A R C H I T E C T S
Associates in: Maine + Arizona + Argentina
Architecture inspired by my clients and the challenging sites on the coast of Maine since 1970.
This site is offered in support of the cause of Organic Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright, Bruce Goff and many other architects have influenced the Principles expressed in the architecture I have designed and built.
BUILT Houses EXAMPLES OF RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE
Scroll down to see just a few examples of built residential projects.
Solar House, Freeport, Maine The client moved in November 12, 2009.
Guest House 2007 For Doug and Colleen. This little office/guest house goes nicely with the main house below. 1+1 is greater than 2.
HOUSE FOR DOUG AND COLLEEN 1999-2003.
HOUSE FOR CARL AND ALICIA 1999
HOUSE FOR BETTA 1998 "Imagine the Perfect Lake House" article in the July/August 2005 issue of PORTLAND MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
STARBIRD HOUSE 1994
Article in the February/March 2007 issue of PORTLAND MONTHLY MAGAZINE
LONG LAKE HOUSE, Naples, Maine 1990
We made the cover of the October 2008 issue. Article in the October 2008 issue of PORTLAND MAGAZINE
BOB AND BETTA'S HOUSE 1989 Midcoast, Maine
Article in the March 2012 issue of Maine Home + Design
House of Many Visions http://mainehomedesign.com/features/1821-house-of-many-visions.html
GASTON HOUSE 1986
HOUSE FOR DONALD AND MIKI MURRAY 1985 New Harbor, Maine
B. E. LLOYD HOUSE, 1974, Harpswell, Maine
HOUSE FOR JOHN AND JAN FRENCH 1972 Edgecomb, Maine
This was my first house built in Maine. A major remodeling of an existing cottage with additions. The house now has a second owner.
James Schildroth, Architect