Homes and Lifestyle
Place Architecture: Modern meets Montana
Nestled against a backdrop of scrub pine, soaring peaks and tall prairie grass is an elongated structure near Bozeman that at first appears wildly out of place.
A Bridger Creek Masterpiece
We all have our favorite destinations and have all dreamed of moving there permanently. Well, tucked away on the hilly greens of the Bridger Mountain foothills and just beyond the 13th hole of the Bridger Creek Golf Course in Bozeman, Pro Builders has created a contemporary Montana home, handcrafted with rustic and modern details.
Hamilton architect Don Briggs
From country French to the Montana lodge look to neo-Classical rococo, Hamilton-based architect Don Briggs knows his way around the design palette.
Creature Comfort: It's a Horse's Life at the Spring Hill Guest Ranch
When the safety and comfort of horse and rider is paramount, the Spring Hill Guest Ranch near Bozeman marries both of them beautifully. Locati Architects researched other facilities and consulted with knowledgeable horse people to create an ideal environment for the horses and the people who enjoy them. The first impression of the arena is noticeably different. Instead of an obtrusive steel structure, natural materials, such as stone, are used on the exterior helping to blend this 30,000 square foot building into the base of the Bridger Mountains. There is a natural feel that fits well with the landscape.
Bigfork Builders creates Flathead Lake masterpiece using architecture of Glacier Park as guide
The legacy of Montana’s greatest railroad magnate lives on in Montana.
James Hill was the man who created the Great Northern Railway, which connected Chicago to Seattle. Along the thousands of miles of railroad tracks, towns sprang up and train stations were established. Today, these train stations are reminders to Montana’s past, and for one Montana couple, the stations helped inspire the design of their home on Flathead Lake.
Set on a small knob overlooking the lake, the home commands a supreme view of mountains and water. The home design, conceptualized by Whitefish architect Richard Smith and brought to life by Brad Reedstrom and Andrew Fischer of Bigfork Builders, has Craftsman detail with timberframe accents. The home is the fulltime residence for a couple who relocated from southern California. This couple wanted something a bit more traditional, that also spoke to Montana’s history.
Inge Cahill is a versatile Montana interior designer
In a mountain basin cupped by tall, rolling mountains 20 miles west of Kalispell sits a pristine, turquoise-colored lake where only a few residents live year-round.
Here, with this rich natural surrounding, interior designer Inge Cahill has created two works of art — two home designs that are nearly complete opposites of each other.
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