Alberton, MT Architects and Building Designers
- 265 West Front Street MissoulaMT5980250506
Since 1993 Briggs Architecture has served clients all over the U.S. in the custom home, resort, hospitality, ranch and small commercial sectors. Passion and service sums up our attitude and philosophy about design. People who value the qualities good design offers and understand how appropriate design enhances their lives become our best clients. Every project is different so we are flexible in our approach to find the right balance of values, tastes, time and budget to meet our clients objectives.
- 111 North Higgins Ave. Suite 420MissoulaMT59802505014
DVG Architecture & Planning P.C. specializes in green building consulting, adaptive reuse solutions, infill projects and interior design. We assist with development planning, zoning, site analysis & more to determine if the site is feasible for your project. We added an Interior Design department in the last year for you home or business.
- 12 Contour Road MissoulaMT59802495010
I believe that I didn’t choose residential design, but rather that it chose me. Growing up the son of a realtor, I tagged along to open houses whenever I could, drew house plans when bored and pored over house magazines until new editions came in the mail. Perhaps not the most self-aware, it wasn’t until after my first degree in studio art from Whitman College in Walla Walla, that I finally succumbed and enrolled at the University of Arizona College of Architecture in Tucson. Upon graduating in 1996, I moved to Missoula and worked for various architecture firms. To concentrate on the unique challenges of residential work, I started Habitare Design Studio, Inc. in 1999. When not in the studio, I may be found running the trails of the Rattlesnake Wilderness Area, road bike riding a quiet stretch of Glacier National Park or simply extolling the virtues of cantilevered beams to my children. Perhaps they won’t choose to design houses either, but you can’t blame a guy for trying. habitare design studio, inc. strives to thoughtfully meld the pragmatic issues of building a house—site, budget, building code, etc.—with the desire to create a home for a life well lived. As the sole proprietor of the studio, I pride myself on my relationship with my clients and I respect their choice to allow me to guide them through the process of altering the context of how they live their life. Recognizing that the design is but one element of a successful construction project, I depend on collaboration between the client, the contractor and myself to achieve the greatest possible results. I think that my aspiration to create both livable and elegant homes has served my clients well. Please take a look at my portfolio and read what former clients have to say. If you like what you see and need design services, contact me — I am excited to make something great with you!
- 319 W Pine St. Suite AMissoulaMT5980250502
JCM Architecture founded in June of 1995 provides full services in architecture and planning. We facilitate an atmosphere of teamwork and collaboration with our clients, contractors and agencies to create the best possible designs for the real world and our clients. Our office is located in Missoula, Montana, and serves a local, regional and national client base. At JCM, our architectural design, process and services are about: Giving value to our clients, community and environment Creative, timeless design and aesthetic Listening well Fostering relationships that endure Being approachable Problem solving Communicating Enjoying the process Site and context based designs JCM Architecture’s design experience includes: planning, site analysis, malls, retail tenant improvements, historic preservation, hospitality, schools and universities, custom residences, corporate offices & headquarters, banks, office and retail buildings, retail/commercial & office tenant Improvements, libraries, medical facilities, and manufacturing facilities. We also have extensive experience within a construction company giving us insight on how our design decisions affect the construction process. We believe that the highest measure of our success is the clients who turn to JCM Architecture for project after project and refer their associates and friends to us. We endeavor to bring substance and delight to our surroundings and supportive spaces for living and working to our clients.
- 125 W. Alder MissoulaMT59802
MacArthur, Means & Wells, Architects, is committed to contributing positively to the built environment, while working in harmony with the natural environment. We create places that enrich life’s daily rituals and activities through beauty and efficiency. Our projects respond to the land and climate, as well as to the cultural and historic setting, revealing the inherent attributes of time and place. Architecture has the power to make a difference in the world. We’re committed to creating design solutions that contribute to this philosophy in all our work.
- 235 N 1St St West Ste B MissoulaMT59802
NC Design Studio is a full service architect firm specializing in project management, computer software to bring your designs to life, and contemporary design.
Founded in 1997 by Steven M. Adler, Adler Architects, Inc. is a secure and progressive architectural firm based in Missoula, Montana. Adler Architects is committed to quality projects, thoughtful design and firmly believes that client involvement is the greatest asset in the decision-making process. Having experience in both developmental and regulatory aspects of various projects allows Adler Architects to play a diplomatic and uniquely qualified role in any stage of a project. The combined experience of Steve Adler and his staff creates a diverse and strong body that can approach any project from conception through completion. Past architectural projects include particular interest and activity in community involvement and planning, local government, historic preservation, and design guidelines.
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