Nestled in the foothills of Provo, quietly hidden amongst a Class A Office Park, lies a hidden and rather unique gem. When Halestorm Entertainment decided to move from their studio it was a natural decision for EdgeCreek to purchase the adjacent structure. Initially, the space was envisioned as a “man cave” of sorts, warmly named The Garage, to house the owner’s collection of rare and antique cars, house executive offices and provide a space for respite for executives and staff. The vision quickly evolved however, as the owner and design team collaboratively considered the full potential of the space. The design team got busy exploring concepts that would express the owner’s passions and personality while still accommodating the multi-functional and very diverse needs of the space. Additional spaces desired included a spa with hot tub and sauna, a fully functioning recording studio, a theater, teen arcade, a fully functioning, gourmet kitchen and a “tree house” space for children. And, to top it off, the entire space was linked with a complete control and lighting automation system piping music and a variety of lighting settings (including theatrical and stage lighting) for multiple functions in the varying spaces.
interior design, ff+e
2016 – IIDA – “best of work under 15,000 sf”
2016 – ENR “best of” small project (under $10 million)