Wilma 6-1
Missoula, MT
Completed 2012

MMW Architects
125 West Alder Street
Missoula, MT 59802

Unit 6-1 is located in downtown Missoula’s prestigious and historic Wilma building. Built in 1921, the Wilma stands eight stories above Higgins Avenue and overlooks the Clark Fork River and valleys surrounding Missoula. At 741 square feet, the unit was completely gutted and redone in the Regency Style (known as “Hollywood Glam” from the 1920's and 1930's), tying to the building’s history and theater use. The Regency Style is crisp, clean and has Asian and African accents. The space was reorganized to maximize views, allow for modern conveniences, create an open kitchen, living and dining zone, and provide a guest bath and one bedroom with en suite bath. Every detail was meticulously designed. All interior work (furnishings, tile, textiles, art, etc.) were part of the project.

Wilma 6-1
Missoula, MT
Completed 2012

MMW Architects
125 West Alder Street
Missoula, MT 59802

Unit 6-1 is located in downtown Missoula’s prestigious and historic Wilma building. Built in 1921, the Wilma stands eight stories above Higgins Avenue and overlooks the Clark Fork River and valleys surrounding Missoula. At 741 square feet, the unit was completely gutted and redone in the Regency Style (known as “Hollywood Glam” from the 1920's and 1930's), tying to the building’s history and theater use. The Regency Style is crisp, clean and has Asian and African accents. The space was reorganized to maximize views, allow for modern conveniences, create an open kitchen, living and dining zone, and provide a guest bath and one bedroom with en suite bath. Every detail was meticulously designed. All interior work (furnishings, tile, textiles, art, etc.) were part of the project.

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