The Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah recently held a transformation design competition for a planned expansion. Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group won with his amazing twisty, modern, log cabin-y design, a perfect mix for the winters of Utah and the modern sensibilities of Park City residents. The Kimball Art Center is a 35-year-old art nonprofit now in a former garage. The $10 million-plus expansion project will incorporate the existing garage space, but will now include more space for larger galleries, a sunken theater for dance performances and a sculpture park on top of a grassy roof terrace. And of course, Ingels’ awesome modern design. Read the full proposal here and The Wall Street Journal’s story about it.
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