Larchmont Building
Missoula, MT
Completed 2010

OZ Architects
531 N. Higgins Avenue
Missoula, MT 59802

The owners purchased this once vacant space envisioning a progressively designed office building to house their dental practices and other businesses. Minimal modification to the existing building was a main objective. The existing street-facing storefront was replaced with contemporary brick clad, while the concrete block walls were painted and became a backdrop to an aluminum screen system. A dramatic cantilevered canopy was added to the main entry. Inside, all office suites open into a central day-lit circulation space.

Larchmont Building
Missoula, MT
Completed 2010

OZ Architects
531 N. Higgins Avenue
Missoula, MT 59802

The owners purchased this once vacant space envisioning a progressively designed office building to house their dental practices and other businesses. Minimal modification to the existing building was a main objective. The existing street-facing storefront was replaced with contemporary brick clad, while the concrete block walls were painted and became a backdrop to an aluminum screen system. A dramatic cantilevered canopy was added to the main entry. Inside, all office suites open into a central day-lit circulation space.

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