Discover the Hybrid Storage solutions at Alt Aspen where you can combine work and vacation – Ski and Workspace Lockers by Hollman
When Wit Solberg took family vacations in Aspen, there was just one thing missing — workspace. “I would take my family out there and I worked, but I couldn’t find a place to work,” hesaid. Solberg and his business partners filled this void by purchasing 4,000 square feet for over 3 million for their next venture: Alt-Aspen. This unique coworking space is designed as an efficient working space so business types can get their jobs done without logistical hassles.
Alt-Aspen will include printing and scanning services, mail service, private offices and conference rooms, and on-site notary service. However, they needed a hybrid storage solution: lockers (which are large enough for skis or a bag of golf clubs). Hollman was tasked to design a locker to fit all of their members’ needs and still maintain the aesthetic of the interior design.
SOLUTION + BENEFIT
Hollman provided a combination of glass and wood veneer single-tier model A lockers, measuring 18″W x 24″D x 84″H. The back-painted glass doors use Sherwin Williams Wall Street and wood veneer doors in Clear Walnut to complement the outdoor landscape. Hollman built the lockers using MedEx Core, a water-resistant material because of the need for water-resistant, ski storage.
Alt-Aspen’s on-site lockers provide the members of the co-working space with the perfect hybrid storage for recreational and work gear. “A lot of time in this town, people are doing business in their hotels,” Solberg said. “You’re by a mountain and people need to get to work, and there’s no place to do it. They don’t want this hanging over their heads.” Alt-Aspen “is for someone with access to the mountain, and maybe they just want some space with a locker.”
LOCATION: Aspen, CO
MATERIALS: Glass – Sherwin Williams Wall Street, Wood Veneer- Clear Walnut, Laminate Interior – Frosty White
FEATURES: Power grip ski holder, Custom routing for ski boot dryer, water-resistant MedEx Core
Source: The Aspen Times