Montana State University sought to create a new residence hall for the campus, fostering a space for connection and focus for students. The building was designed with a smaller footprint and sustainability in mind, featuring solar panels and maximizing heat retention in winter. They also considered the best way to meet students' needs by creating a variety of different spaces, including study rooms, a central lobby, kitchen, lounge, and connection spaces throughout the residence hall. We were proud to collaborate with SMA Architects, Jackson Contractor Group, and NAC Architects to create a cohesive space for students to thrive.
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