BROWSE AT YOUR LEISURE
Deer Valley Resort
An authentic yet refined mountain retreat located less than five minutes from Park City’s celebrated Main Street, and an easy 40‐minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, Montage Deer Valley offers unrivaled ski‐in / ski‐out access to one of America’s best ski resorts, the largest spa in Utah, five inspired dining options including a pub with its own bowling alley, along with amazing year‐round activities including hiking, mountain biking, golf, outdoor concerts, and fly‐fishing.
Mountain Valley Sandstone was used to create elegant accent pieces throughout the resort, including pool coping, fireplaces, pathways, stone veneer walls, patios and arches.
PROVO CITY CENTER TEMPLE
In the early morning of December 17, 2010 a misplaced electrical light started a fire in the attic of the historic Provo tabernacle. The fire completely destroyed the building except for the exterior masonry walls. In an effort to not only match the historic look of the structure but also to match the existing stone work on the building, Mountain Valley Quartzitic sandstone was selected to replace damaged stone accent elements and create new accent and landscape elements. Because of the dense and durable nature of the stone, Mountain Valley stone was able to deliver the match to the original stone, some of which was able to be salvaged and reused from the original structure, as well as a promise to perform well for the decades or centuries to come. This stone was also used extensively throughout the new underground parking structure.
Inspired by the Lord of the Rings
Emerging from fiction, this thought-provoking get-away is the consummate expression of its owners’ passion for Tolkien literature. The owner, whose college nickname was tabbed: “Gandalf”, was consumed while growing up with the romance of Tolkien literature. He dreamed of one day creating a Rivendell (home of Elrond’s elves)-like retreat —and found a wife who shared this vision. This dream, nurtured into adulthood and through hard work and determination inspired the creation of this highly unique mountain home, built in lush pine woods at the base of one of Park City’s famous ski runs.
TALISKER CLUB PARK
Wasatch County, UT
At Talisker Club Park, the traditional golf clubhouse is reinterpreted as a group of pavilions to give center stage to the remarkable landscape and spectacular views to Talisker Deer Valley. Five buildings in an Arts and Crafts vocabulary, featuring generous porches and overhanging eaves, stone and wood finishes, and large windows, define a park with native plants and meandering footpaths that offer separate areas for recreation and relaxation.
UTAH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Salt lake City
On Main Street, the welcoming glass façade takes cues from the colors and textures of
surrounding historic buildings by incorporating limestone and cypress wood. The limestone
provides a formal expression, strong presence and a sense of permanence, fitting for a public
building and Salt Lake’s Main Street. The architects selected Limra limestone whose white
color and minimal variation related well to the neighboring white terracotta facades.
Photo Credits: Pelli Clarke Pelli and HKS Architects.
Heber City, UT
By using red Quartzitic sandstone, quarried from the same area as the original, the architect was able to reflect and match the old town feel of Main Street. The effect is further amplified by the flat topped square look of many of its surrounding buildings. The huge stone columns flanking both the front and rear entrance are nothing short of majestic. This entire structure utilized the same stone but created depth and variation by switching between a pitched face veneer and honed accents.
STEIN ERICKSON RESIDENCES
Deer Valley, UT
The new Stein Eriksen Residences offer many of the traditions synonymous with its legendary namesake. A perfect blend of nature, amenities, and impeccable skiing, the Residences present an incomparable lifestyle for active individuals and families who prize an authentic, yet pampered, alpine living experience. The Residences reflect a quintessential ‘modern luxury’ look and feel. A fusion of imported marble, stone, and refined woods mark an architectural aesthetic inspired by a blend of contemporary and traditional design.