Maine Pavilion
State Of Maine Pavilion
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General Description:

The Maine Pavilion was designed with Colonial inspirations; typical of New England architecture. The pavilion consisted of a single storey exhibition space crowned by balcony offices and VIP areas. The exhibits showcased Maine as a vacation destination, displaying everything recreational from hunting to skiing.
Island:   Ile Ste Hélène
Lot:   B-333
Geometry:   Rectangular one storey building.
Materials:   Exposed concrete with wood entrance doors
Dimensions:   Size: 90' x 80'6" --- Area: 8500 sq. ft. --- Height: 33'
Design Architect:   Armitage, William O. and Armitage, Robert E.

Slides Associated with State Of Maine Pavilion :
Title: Ile Ste. Hélène 1
Title: Ile Ste. Hélène 2
Title: Maine Pavilion
Title: Fish Fry 1

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