Fourth generation Montanan and Glacier National Park native, Jamie L. Brewster McLeod, is honored to bring the talents of her boutique architecture firm to the Big Sky State. Brewster McLeod is deeply connected to the Flathead Valley and the surrounding areas. Her great-grandfather was the first ranger under Major Logan in 1910, when the majestic Glacier National Park was established. He also gave the famous cowboy artist, Charlie M. Russell, his first job in the state as a Nighthawk on the Circle C Ranch in the Little Rockies of eastern Montana.
Brewster McLeod is thrilled by her return to Montana offering premiere architecture design and services. Her recent area project is a family compound implementing energy efficient design within a luxury custom home. Growing up in a national park and admiring the iconic architecture in harmony with the surroundings set the precedent for Brewster McLeod’s sensitivity towards design and construction. She states, “I always aspired to be an architect for the Park Service, building natural projects and renovating historic lodges. The extension of my firm into Montana is one step closer to achieving my greatest ambition.”
This year Brewster McLeod Architects celebrated five years of growing success in the Colorado markets of Aspen and Telluride. This was an opportune time to expand the talents of the firm into Brewster McLeod’s home territory of Montana. She is now offering architectural services in the Flathead Valley and Bozeman area where she received her Masters of Architecture. The extension of the firm will continue to revolve around two critical aspects, outstanding design and customer service.
Brewster McLeod understands the importance of one-on-one attention and the individual and unique interests of her clients. “We use Brewster McLeod Architects because they are creative and inspired a design that reflected the way that we wanted to live in our home. We have built several homes. Jamie Brewster McLeod is a great listener and is the most talented residential architect that we have ever worked with,” notes the Faktorows, a Colorado client.
When you are a client of Brewster McLeod Architects, you interact directly with Jamie to discuss your hopes and aspirations throughout the entire project—you are able to speak directly with the artist behind your masterpiece. Personalizing designs and inspiring clients to achieve their dream home is the driving force of her firm. An open communication channel has proved time and again that the best design results from collaboration between the architect and client.
The mountain firm specializes in larger luxury custom homes. Many of these projects include materials, tools and techniques that reduce carbon footprints and facilitate energy efficient homes. Every unique project allows Brewster McLeod Architects to create a unified interior and exterior combination that provides framework to capture personal dialogue. No two people are alike, and thus no two designs are alike either.
Through passion, talent, experience, and commitment, Brewster McLeod Architects is able to provide the perfect design experience and outcome, allowing each client to tell their story that will come to fruition with the firm’s talents. “Having gone start to finish on a project in Telluride, I have found Jamie’s attention to certain details critical to her success,” explains S. Scott Brown, a client of Brewster McLeod Architects. Brown goes on to say, “Her single client focus during the design phase of a project in conjunction with listening, speed and flexibility during construction was invaluable. Most of all it is her gift of combining space, form, texture and the environment into beautiful, unique homes.”
Allowing individuals to express their specific tastes provides Brewster McLeod Architects the necessary tools to envision their ideal lifestyle design. Exceptional architecture and customer satisfaction is always at the forefront of every project, resulting in uniquely timeless and functional designs. It is the mastery of these skills that has provided growth and success for Brewster McLeod Architects.