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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A Briefing on Commerical Design

February 13th, 2018|0 Comments

Outside of their home, the majority of a person’s time spent will be in a commercial space. When designing for the public, Architects and designers are tasked with creating a space that is both appealing [...]

The Power of Paisley

February 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Have you ever wondered about those trippy floral patterns and where this intricate pattern came from? Well, not surprisingly, its origins lie in ancient Persia. During the height of the British Empire, the East India [...]

CWG in 406: My Backyard

January 24th, 2018|0 Comments

For 30 years now I have considered the Missouri River my home waters. This is for good reason. Aside from the fact that it is not even a twenty-minute jaunt from my house, the “Mo” [...]