MONTANA STATE FUND
Helena, MT
Completed 2010

Mosaic Architecture
428 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59601

The new Montana State Fund Office Building at the corner of Front and 14th streets will be another great addition to the ongoing history of downtown Helena. The design for the new Building and Parking Garage will be the culmination of the spirit of partnership between the State Board of Investments, Montana State Fund and the City of Helena. In addition to providing extra space for Montana State Fund, this plan will identify synergies with a broader city fabric affording additional opportunities in cultivating cultural and economic growth within the heart of Helena. Such an effort calls for thoughtful and inspired efforts in planning and design that seeks an essence of program as a point of departure for defining a quality facility. No less important is an architectural and urban design proposition that respects and complements the fabric of the City of Helena and celebrates the art of building

MONTANA STATE FUND
Helena, MT
Completed 2010

Mosaic Architecture
428 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59601

The new Montana State Fund Office Building at the corner of Front and 14th streets will be another great addition to the ongoing history of downtown Helena. The design for the new Building and Parking Garage will be the culmination of the spirit of partnership between the State Board of Investments, Montana State Fund and the City of Helena. In addition to providing extra space for Montana State Fund, this plan will identify synergies with a broader city fabric affording additional opportunities in cultivating cultural and economic growth within the heart of Helena. Such an effort calls for thoughtful and inspired efforts in planning and design that seeks an essence of program as a point of departure for defining a quality facility. No less important is an architectural and urban design proposition that respects and complements the fabric of the City of Helena and celebrates the art of building

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