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Bear Creek Studio and Greenhouse

The jewelry artist that works inside the Bear Creek Studio grew up on a Northern Montana wheat farm. The exterior of the studio is custom fabricated shingles that are also pieces of family history. Old grain bin doors, panels from the cabs of old combines, even a discarded mailbox were repurposed into exterior cladding. The studio holds the tools and materials for inspiration, motivation and creative effort. The artist says, "I love the studio, it welcomes me out to get to work".
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Jabs Hall

MSU received a $25 million donation from alumnus Jake Jabs to transform its business school into one of the top programs in the country. Their first step was to create a new academic building that provides state-of-the-art teaching facilities, formal …
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Bozeman Carnegie Library

Constructed in 1903 with funds provided by steel magnate Andrew Carnegie, the Bozeman Carnegie Library underwent extensive renovations in 1998-99. Years of neglect were dissolved as brick and sandstone masonry were restored to original condition. Interior spaces and finishes once …
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Headframe Spirits

In 2010, John and Courtney McKee contacted to help them locate and retrofit a building in historic uptown Butte into a distillery, Headframe Spirits. An old car dealership was found that provided the existing structural support needed to house the …
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Peach and Wallace

The northeast corner of Bozeman was originally constructed for the workers. It’s a quadrant of town that features a mix of endearingly quirky people, modest houses and eclectic businesses. Many years passed without any new construction. In 2002 Comma-Q designed …
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Willson Auditorium Renovation 2013

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