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.

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The Empire Builder Endurance Test

Principal Architect Ben Lloyd survives the Amtrak endurance test. This is post 7 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.

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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.

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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.

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Daredevil Architecture

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.

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Wonders Close to Home

Smoked out by the fires in Glacier this summer, Brooke Jackson decided to check out the sites closer to home and discovered some really unique treasures. This is post 3 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.

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Beauty everywhere you look

Located about two hours from Bozeman, Tippet Rise brings together nature, art and music in picture-perfect harmony. This is post 2 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.

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Dams and Birds

Scott Dean traveled 1,400 miles in a car with beautiful scenery, inspiring architecture and a few cool bird sightings! This is the first post in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.

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Planes, Trains & Automobiles – The MTQBatical

This summer members of Comma-Q Architecture were given the opportunity to take an adventure and instructed to explore some feature of Montana that we were curious about. Here’s where we went.

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CQXXV – s, m, L

Big Buildings, Big Community Impact!

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CQXXV – s, M, l

Medium Packages, Big Ideas

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CQXXV – S, m, l

Small yet mighty

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N-ifty

Complete with handouts and post-project analysis (learn baby, learn!), Comma-Q gathered this afternoon to celebrate the completion of Building N at the Cannery District. It was a Closeout Party!

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Sweet Wrinkled Peas!

A hundred years ago Bozeman was known as the “Sweet Pea capital of the nation”, recognizing the region’s prolific edible pea crop. Over 17,000 acres of the Gallatin Valley were planted in edible peas, producing 75% of the nation’s crop. …

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Two Tons Of Tree

Two tons of tree in a single massive wood plank. Cross Laminated Timber creates an efficient, sustainable and beautiful building at the Community Food Co-op.

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