On a small sliver of land, next door to their summer house, the clients wanted to construct a beach pavilion. Goose Rocks Beach is among the 1% of Maine’s 3,478 miles of coastline that is sandy beach, a rare commodity in Maine. The small structure has a changing room, living space, and summer kitchen. The south and west walls of the first floor, surrounding a long narrow table, slide open. The second floor has a bunkroom, guest bedroom, and reading nook that looks down on the jagged sea wall below. The top floor is an office/retreat with a deck that takes advantage of panoramic views from north to south, Timber Island to Stage Island.