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More stories about MONTANA

  • Optimizing Efficiency

    REHAU Montana ecosmart house to study energy consumption and occupant comfort.

  • The NAHB BALA 2012 Award Winners

    From a big house with big views to a jewel box house with hang space, a few highlights from the National Association of Home Builders annual Best in American Living Awards.

  • Case Study: Luxury Santa Monica Townhomes Aim for LEED-Gold

    Sustainability meets high-end coastal living in these six townhouses near downtown Santa Monica, Calif.

  • Making the Ideal More Real

    The definition of ''humanitarian design'' is still in flux, even if its practice proliferates.

  • LC Ranch, Three Forks, Mont.

    Lake|Flato Architects kept two regional precedents in mind when designing this Montana getaway.

  • the point house, montana

    This is a lovely house, set low, and doesn't make a statement," a judge said. But it has plenty to say about the landscape. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson devised a long, linear platform that treads lightly on the land.

  • top firm: stephen muse, faia

    Taking a visitor on a tour of his work one sunny afternoon at the end of summer, Stephen Muse, FAIA, steered his Audi through an Upper Northwest Washington, D.C., community, where several examples of his architecture stand like good neighbors, contributin

  • seville liberties

    studio modera: James Hardie Building Products. Supplee tends to favor siding products from James Hardie because “Montana's harsh winters can [wreak] havoc” on home exteriors.

  • hardie appetite

    studio modera: James Hardie Building Products. Supplee tends to favor siding products from James Hardie because “Montana's harsh winters can [wreak] havoc” on home exteriors.

  • in the middle of nowhere

    Alongside the unpaved road to Lori Ryker and Brett W. Nave's home and studio, alpacas and horses nibble placidly at the surrounding grassland. Dusty pickup trucks drive well under the posted speed limit of 35 miles per hour. The Livingston, Mont., compoun