Designed to serve as a catalyst for a sustainable, densely planned residential village, Skylodge is a 5,500-square-foot event center built on a 10,000-acre ski mountain in Utah.
By using modular and prefabricated construction, the design and construction timeline for Skylodge were compressed into an impressive 5-month window. To pull oﬀ the quick creation, a series of modules, based on 100-square-foot triangles, were ﬁtted with ﬁnishes, mechanical and electrical simultaneously and prepared on-site, resulting in a geometric layout with two rotundas, connected at the core resulting in dramatic mountain views at 8,900 feet elevation.
Nearby, a second rotunda features a dining room that seats 80 with a bar and fully equipped kitchen that bridges the living and dining areas. The building not only serves as the epicenter of groundbreaking thought and idea-sharing around sustainability and community but also functions as the collective amenity space for the residential units as development progresses.