QUALITY
INNOVATION
PASSION

CWG is an innovative design firm specializing in architecture, interior design, and project management in Helena, Montana.

QUALITY

Enduring spaces, designed for generations

For more than 60 years, CWG Architects has designed spaces to make long-lasting impressions on communities and provide efficient and beautiful places to live, work, and play for generations. From our first design to our most recent projects, quality is our signature.

INNOVATION

Dynamic solutions that look beyond current trends

At CWG we’re constantly seeking creative solutions that fit our clients’ needs and take our work to the next level. With an emphasis on collaboration, we are pioneering new approaches to architecture, interior design, project management, and planning.

PASSION

Inspired connections between people and design

Every client is unique and every project is different. The spaces we design go beyond structure, purpose, and aesthetic. They are personal, and we strive for a client-centered approach that creates a meaningful connection between people and design.

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The Importance of Landscape and Site Design

June 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Architects are trained to evaluate a site to design a building that takes advantage of the site’s natural features, complies with zoning and code requirements and provides the building’s occupants with a convenient, safe and [...]

CWG in 406: Memorial Day Camping

May 31st, 2018|0 Comments

This memorial day, my Fiance, dog and I went camping. We had been looking forward to getting out and relaxing for the weekend. On Friday, we packed up the car and headed out to Vigilante [...]

What is an Average House?

May 1st, 2018|0 Comments

These days it is getting increasingly hard for young couples to afford their own home. We’ve all heard the term “starter home,” well anymore what exactly does that mean? This generation of architects is no [...]