BIG’s new plan lifts up to reveal a glassy entrance. (Courtesy BIG / Kimball Art Center)
Thanks in large part to public protest, Bjarke Ingels‘ plans for a twisted, log-cabin-like box for Park City’s Kimball Art Center have been dramatically changed. Earlier this month Ingels’ firm BIG unveiled a new design: a concrete wedge lifting 46 feet above the corner of Main and Heber Streets. “The building seems to rise with Main Street and the mountain landscape, while bowing down to match the scale of the existing Kimball,” Ingels said in a statement.