Missoula International Airport

Creating an environmentally
responsible and breathtaking gateway

MSO

ARCHITECTURE   |   BRANDING   |   INTERIORS

Missoula International Airport came to us with a very specific goal in mind: To enhance the passenger experience through “Montana Modern” design. The design concept reflects this desire through sleek angles and contemporary spaces filled with natural light and a serene color scheme. Clean lines and open areas provide inspiring spaces for travelers moving throughout the Airport’s various venues, while the exterior architecture speaks to flight with its flat, modern roofline gradually rising to the West.

Missoula International Airport

Creating an environmentally
responsible and breathtaking gateway

ARCHITECTURE
BRANDING
INTERIORS

Missoula International Airport came to us with a very specific goal in mind: To enhance the passenger experience through “Montana Modern” design. The design concept reflects this desire through sleek angles and contemporary spaces filled with natural light and a serene color scheme. Clean lines and open areas provide inspiring spaces for travelers moving throughout the Airport’s various venues, while the exterior architecture speaks to flight with its flat, modern roofline gradually rising to the West.

A nod to traditions
of the past

Floor-to-ceiling windows offer not only striking views of the surrounding landscape, but also ample viewing opportunities to capture friends and family departing and arriving on the tarmac, evoking sentimental feelings of nostalgia.

A brand new future

A new identity will bolster MSO’s brand throughout the aviation industry and air traveling community for decades to come.

Foundations to grow on

The design meets the needs of Missoula’s expanding community, providing a new terminal to accommodate current passenger enplanement, as well as future growth for the next 35-50 years.

Foundations to grow on

The design meets the needs of Missoula’s expanding community, providing a new terminal to accommodate current passenger enplanement, as well as future growth for the next 35-50 years.

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