Located in Ellsworth, Maine, Sealander Architects is led by two Maine Licensed Architects: Robyn Sealander, AIA NCARB, and Mike Sealander, AIA. We are distinctive in our design-build roots and experience, pragmatic problem-solving, and dedication to designing in order to reflect an organization's mission and vision.
Our approach to sustainability is based on an integrated design process, with a focus on the energy and environmental concerns that make sense for our geographic area of practice. We are the area’s leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) firm, and have been since 2004. Our projects span the State of Maine, from Portland to Calais, and into Aroostook County.
Mr. Sealander has successfully bridged the design and construction fields through a number of diverse job roles. He has a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University, over ten years experience as a carpenter, and is an accomplished designer. He was born on Cape Cod (Otis Air Force Base), grew up in Westport, CT, majored in religious studies at Wesleyan University, and spent nine years working in design and construction in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sealander is a Maine Licensed Architect and has designed laboratory, K-12, college, governmental and residential projects. Sealander is adept in Revit (Building Information Modeling), 3d Studio Max, BEopt (energy modeling), DIALux (lighting analysis), and is currently taking on MS Access.
For more than 25 years, Robyn has been connecting with clients to comprehend the essential nature of their issues. Her attention to detail and ability to listen and understand allow her to create solutions for commercial, educational, and institutional users. Robyn brings her passion for thoughtful design to managing architecture and interiors projects throughout Maine. Robyn’s diverse background includes teaching undergraduate design studios at Tulane University’s School of Architecture, and working for nine years in the San Francisco Bay Area on corporate, municipal and institutional projects.
BIM in Design, Construction and Facilities Maintenance: An Overview
The Design and Construction Industry in Eastern Maine: An Overview
Using LBNL Therm for Energy Modeling: An Overview