Over 200 locals in Bozeman, Montana, joined forces to "reimagine, recycle and renovate" a hotel originally built in the 1960s and transform it into a modern building that combines vintage design and modern furnishings. Ten local artists gave each of the 38 rooms a different look and feel. The redesign helps Bozeman inhabitants welcome the influx of visitors to the area with a space that blends local color with modern design.
Over the years, Bozeman has become a hub for arts and culture and a destination for those that enjoy taking part in various outdoor activities. The local community decided to take advantage of the new influx of people and teamed up to renovate an old existing hotel into a modern facility with an upscale feel to it. The LARK was carefully crafted to provide a distinctly Montana atmosphere.
The hotel features oversized sitting areas, an outdoor wood-burning fireplace and an open-air patio overlooking Main Street, along with stunning local artwork created by ten different local artists. A true guide to the city and the region is provided in the hotel’s custom-designed Map Room featuring USGS maps and a collective work area with access to all the essentials such as computers, phones, fax, printer and copier.
Via Design Milk