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Auberge Resorts Collection Selected to Manage Goldener Hirsch, Including New Residences Designed by Olson Kundig


Recently, Auberge Resorts Collection was selected as manager of the iconic Goldener Hirsch hotel in Park City, Utah, which includes a new expansion designed by Olson Kundig principal and owner Tom Kundig. Owned by a local family that has been based in the area for generations, the new Residences create a luxury hospitality campus within Park City’s renowned Silver Lake Village and Deer Valley Resort. Featuring 40 units across two new buildings, the Residences at Goldener Hirsch immerse visitors in both the activity of the region and the surrounding landscape.

The new buildings complement the existing sense of place throughout the village community while establishing a contemporary design language and identity for Goldener Hirsch. Design Principal Tom Kundig’s tectonic approach to design is evident throughout the buildings’ exterior materials, which feature board-formed concrete, cedar and steel. Combined, the buildings introduce 21,000 square feet of new amenity spaces, including a library lounge, après-ski lounge, conference center, business center, spa treatment rooms, ski lockers, game room and café, as well as a below-grade parking garage. Think Architecture was associate architect on the project, with TAL-Studio as interior designer.

“I’ve worked with this family on past projects in the area and have nothing but the deepest regard and friendship for them all,” shared Kundig. “It was an honor to work on the Residences at Goldener Hirsch, because this project is really about carrying the family’s legacy into the future. I think Auberge Resorts Collection is a great fit for the kind of guest experience and level of quality that we all associate with the Goldener Hirsch.”

Founded in 1992, the Goldener Hirsch has been voted the Best Ski Boutique Hotel in the US for the last three years, and the Residences were recently honored as Best Residential/Hospitality Project by Engineering News-Record Mountain States.