This week, as part of our roundup series of American houses from each of the 50 states, we're featuring Maine, home to a house raised on stilts above a bay and a black cabin in the woods (+ slideshow).
This three-bedroom home in New England by Go Logic features angled roofs, a covered walkway and glazing that offers expansive views of the surrounding woodland. Find out more about Cousins River Residence »
Architect Carol A Wilson built this two-bedroom home in Batson River on the foundations of a ranch that previously occupied the site, to prevent disturbing nearby trees. Find out more about Batson River Residence »
This seaside residence by architects office Elliot + Elliot juts out over the rocky Maine shoreline. Find out more about House Over the Sea »
Cedar shingles typical to New England houses have gradually faded from warm beige to a soft greyish brown on the walls of this residence in Maine by Los Angeles office Bruce Norelius Studio. Find out more about House on Punkinville Road »
Go Logic was also behind this summer house on Maine's rocky coastline, which is made up of three wooden cabins that are each linked by terraced decks. Find out more about Little House on the Ferry »