Since 1986, Whitten Architects has been designing thoughtfully considered homes in New England. With a focus exclusively on residential design, we are experts in a variety of project types—from camps to cottages, new homes to historic renovations. Our work has won a number of awards over the years and has been extensively published in a variety of residential home design books and magazines.

Our like-minded team of three architects and two designers collectively offer decades of hands-on residential design and construction experience, as well as a common ethos: we believe a home should reflect its occupants, and its design should develop from an appreciation for and an understanding of its site. Using an efficient combination of hand-drawing and our office’s state-of-the-art software, we help our clients envision their home even before construction begins.
Contact: Rob Whitten
Location: 37 Silver Street
Portland, ME 04101
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Commented: headroom? or bench to cubbie height? Thank you for your question. The height to the very top shelf is 7'-6". The cubbie is 22" tall. The height from the wood bench top to the bottom of the cubbie is 4'. Good luck with your mudroom!
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