Residential Main

Ervin Architecture can design any house style you can think of, with a primary emphasis on hybridized modern structures that push convention. We want our residential, as well as our commercial properties, to blend, enhance, and cross-fertilize with the landscape and site elements. Some homes maybe be overtly historic, others may be a hybrid of a couple of styles. Or maybe you want a dwelling that is profoundly contemporary? We do it all, and at a reasonable cost.

M3 House

An impressive home situated on Copeland Hill in the Malibu Modern style. This house, a modulated series of 3 volumes and two void spaces… will be run off a massive solar array that will power a geothermal system that will eat and cool the home throughout the year. This home is full of surprises…and we…

Surry Residence

Torn down to the existing foundation, and rebuilt, this project is slated for completion in early 2017. This elegant modern home with sweeping views of the Atlantic, is a 3 bedroom retreat with study and 3 bathrooms for a couple living in southern New England. Loaded with custom millwork, plantation shutters, and a wonderful blend…

Miller Cottage

Nestled in a cluster of cottages overlooking Belfast Harbor…this charming little Maine cottage is big on energy efficiency, space optimization, and coastal charm. Such a classy little cottage with a combination of historic Maine touches and 21st century sensibilities!

Orrington Barn

This is really a special residential architecture project. Designed to complement a 19th century mustard-colored farmhouse in Orrington, this understated street-side profile extends back over a rocky hill to allow a two car garage, tractor garage, wood shop, and split-level loft above.

Curran House

A modest little home residential architecture project built on a shoe-string budget on Mount Hope in Bangor Maine. The young couple wanted a split-level ranch that was energy efficient and roomy, with plenty of natural light and a dash of higher-end finishes without breaking the bank.

Loon Call House

This residential architecture project is really a work in progress that will cover likely 3 years of construction as a Waterville native returns to the area to renovate and beautify a sprawling home on Great Pond.