Author Archives: Alison Totten
“I don’t know how to convince you to care about other people”
Bozeman’s Beating Heart
Bozeman's heart is beating under this cloak of uncertainty and we can't wait to celebrate again. Safely and together.
(and know for sure that our staff is wearing pants)
The Women of Comma-Q
Comma-Q Architecture is lucky to have eight incredible women as part of our team.
How many Architects does it take to build a wall? The cold hard truth is hidden inside this post.
Willson is a Winner
Comma-Q is honored with an AIA Montana award for our work on the Willson Residences.
Standby Snow… Go Snow!
On this day of global strikes focusing on climate change, we focus on Standby Snow: Chronicles of a Heatwave, a Mountain Time Arts production, which was performed last month at the historic Story Mill grain terminal.
Thinking Inside a Box
Phase 4 Renovations on Eck Hall at the University of Montana are complete; just in time for Griz students to head back to school.
For Immediate Release!
Where are our manners? Heidi Rogers has been at Comma-Q for more than 6 months, we think an introduction is in order!
BYEP is Growing Strong
Tonight's Spring Run Off Fundraiser is an opportunity to celebrate BYEP's past accomplishments and look towards a very exciting future.
Up and Up and Up!
Please join Comma-Q and our entire project team in celebrating ground breaking for the BZN terminal concourse expansion.
Slow Down & Sketch
The slow and deliberate nature of drawing proved to be a powerful tool of reflection. This is the final post in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.
Learning to go at a Horse’s Pace
Architect Sten Witmer processes information when life slows down. This is post 8 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.
Reflections on Shelter
Michael Guiliano examines the idea of shelter along the Missouri River. This is post 6 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.
If you can’t Stand the Heat, get out of the Kitchen
Rachael Maccagnano stepped back in time to understand how early Montana homesteads flourished. This is post 5 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.
Free falling and balloon rides above the Gallatin Valley to examine the landscape below really shows commitment to the work Elizabeth Growney is doing on the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. This is post 4 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.