Peet's Hill Bridge

June 9, 2020

The beauty of our work is that it's all very digital, but with an analog vibe,

its the contradictions in spaces. This is evident in our Peet's Hill Bridge project in Bozeman, Montana. The idea was that your moving from the urban fabric to the natural fabric, so when you start off on the bridge it starts out very systematic and as you pass across the platform drops out to the raw grate and then all the railings start to turn and it happens very organically. It is passing from the built environment to the natural environment.

This was a project where all the Artemis Institute Alumni came together to collaboratively design the looks of the bridge and MFGR took the reigns on permitting, engineering, fabrication, and install.

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