Bozeman school architects

Monforton Schools

By Hennebery Eddy

Monforton Schools serve K-8 students in the outlying areas west of Bozeman. With rapidly growing enrollment, the district passed two bonds to expand and improve their campus. Our Comma-Q Studio completed a master plan and building ...

Global Commercial Bank Interior

By Hennebery Eddy

When a global commercial investment firm established a presence in Portland, Hennebery Eddy’s interior design team collaborated with Fennie+Mehl to provide local expertise renovating a historic Portland building into premier ...
residential adaptive reuse

The Willson Residences

By Hennebery Eddy

The adaptive reuse of the original Gallatin County High School building, in partnership with Bridger Builders, created an artful blend of classic and contemporary design elements. This impressive brick building, originally constructed ...

1919 West Main Street

By Hennebery Eddy

The intersection of 19th and Main carries thousands of cars per day and is unique to the urban texture of Bozeman. 1919 West Main contributes this urban fabric through its role as the “coolest strip mall in town.” The ...

Mint Dental Studio

By Hennebery Eddy

Mint Dental Studio has created such an inviting space that it makes you want to go to the dentist. When Mint Dental Studio decided to relocate to a new building in the Cannery District, the result was a modern twist to the typical ...

Peach & Wallace

By Hennebery Eddy

Sometimes a building can help lift an entire neighborhood. The Comma-Q Studio designed a new building that captures the funky industrial vernacular of its northeast Bozeman neighborhood. The Brown Warehouse, which houses Wild Crumb ...

Bozeman Community Food Co-op

By Hennebery Eddy

Bozeman’s Community Food Co-op nearly doubled in size with the expansion of its West Main facility. The two-story addition includes a commercial kitchen, receiving area, and high-bay storage, as well as offices and a large meeting ...
Historic Montana State Capitol, a white, domed sandstone building.

Montana State Capitol Condition Assessment

By Hennebery Eddy

The Montana State Capitol was constructed in two phases: the central sandstone portion completed in 1902, and the east and west granite wings in 1912. The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. Despite ...