MHTNworked with Yardi’s Atlanta-based management to create a design that takes advantage of incredible views overlooking the surrounding mountainous landscape and Utah Transit Authority’s new FrontRunner commuter rail station. The understated vibe is highlighted with a warm wood ceiling in the reception area; this initial gesture of welcome continues along corridors, leading to the main conference room. Open work areas surround inbound offices and are accented with thin profile lighting and acoustically-treated open plenum ceilings. The soft white light makes for an attractive work space throughout. A large communal breakroom offers employees an impressive westward view of the Oquirrh Mountains through floor-to-ceiling windows. Clean and fresh, the project creates a serene touchpoint for a global tech company on Utah’s Silicon Slopes.
SERVICES: Interior Architecture, Interior Design
BUDGET & BALANCE
Maximized upgrade in color and texture to meet a $40/sf budget. Balance between open workspace and secure workspace while giving everyone accesses daylight. MHTN hit targeted workstation counts while creating manageably-sized pods by strategically placing conference rooms and secure areas.
BY THE NUMBERS
Draper, UT | 27,000 sf | $1.1 M | 2016
Daylight access, smart material selection and space use.