Capitalizing on Park City’s modern movement, the 49,300 square foot Skullcandy office building mirrors its environment with floor-to-ceiling windows, sleek lines, and interesting visual features. Skullcandy, a Utah-based global brand and technology company, was one of the first tenants in this Park City Tech Center development, giving our design team more freedom to push the limits of office building design.
Located near Kimball Junction in Summit County, Skullcandy’s office celebrates company creativity with large open spaces, communal areas, and industrial aesthetics. The modern design reflects the company’s progressive culture of technology and sustainability with locally sourced stone, zinc panels, and Cor-Ten steel that will reflect the natural colors of the surrounding area. Architectural features account for the fully-loaded interior amenities, including a half-court basketball court, a putting green, and a skateboard halfpipe.
The site also has an incredible view of the Utah Olympic Park, which the state will preserve due to the dedicated open space between Skullcandy and the Olympic Park. Think’s landscape studio created a unique mountain-desert inspired landscape that includes a variety of water efficient measures such as drip irrigation and drought-tolerant plants helping Skullcandy use less water than County standards.
A distinctive window mullion pattern creates a visual sense of movement and energy that emphasizes the site’s natural environments. The building’s NanaWall SL70 operable walls were customized to include horizontal mullion locations aligned with the curtain wall system, bringing the design together into one cohesive project.