Architectural rendering of the BIG design for Kimball Art Center expansion.

As the Park City Record has reported this week, the Kimball Art Center’s proposed expansion is causing something of a dustup among Park City residents. The $10 million renovation and expansion has been designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group of Copenhagen and New York (see our article here). The design has not been finalized but the possibility that — due to its height — the design might require adjustments in zoning ordinances has caused a number of residents to write City Hall. Read more in the related articles below.

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