Paul Stankey is the third founding partner of Hive Modular. He has extensive hands-on experience in design-build stemming from work in Minneapolis, MN and Bozeman, MT as a designer, craftsman, and teacher. Paul was a founding employee of Ridgeline Builders in Bozeman, later worked with the Montana Arts Council. He has also worked with Alchemy Architects in St. Paul, MN developing the weeHouse and other residential work. While at Alchemy he had several projects published in Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Wallpaper, and Ink. He is currently working with m.a ARCHITECTURE in Minneapolis and is a Co-Founder of HIVE Modular, a modern modular home supplier and designer.

Paul has a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from Montana State University with a focus in concrete technology. While there he worked with Architect/Professor, William Massie helping develop his integration of CNC machining with architecture. He is continually exploring the inherent aesthetics of natural and manufactured materials and objects. Paul's construction of his families' cabin is an exploration of ready-made products, recycled materials and shipping containers within a very tight budget.


- Montana State University, Master of Archtiecture - 1998
- Montana State University, BED - 1996

Work Experience:
- InterModal Design - founder (2010-present)
- Hive Modular - partner (2004-present)
- M.A. Architecture (2004-present)
- Alchemy Architects (2003)
- Yunker/Asmus Architecture (1999-2003)
- Ridgeline Builders - founder (1996-2001)


Container Atlas
   Slawik + Bergmann + Buchmeier + Tinney, 2010
Architecture Minnesota
   "Cargo Cabin", November 2009
Mpls St. Paul Magazine
   "Cabin Fever: Boxed Set", July 2008
Metro Magazine
   "Not For Sale By Owner", May 2008
   "The Ship Captains", May 2008
Container Architecture
   Jure Kotnik, 2008
Architecture Minnesota
   "Rural Rapport", March/April 2006
MN AIA Honor Award
   Windsong Farms Golf Club
   (while at YA Architecture) 2005


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