Project Sunday specializes in custom wood carpentry and metal fabrication. Put a project in front of them, they'll create a unique build for you. We'll let the pictures tell the good stuff. Here's what the boys had to say...
What inspires design for your business? Photography, films, people, architecture, challenging designs, and anything we don't know how to do...yet.
Have any style icons? If Pharrell had a baby with architect Tom Kundig while listening to Kanye West's College Dropout, that outcome thing would be our style icon.
What do people need to know about your business? We pride ourselves on the relationships we develop with our clientele. We find it's extremely important that the customer stays well informed of their project's progress during the entire build.
Where do you get your "creative energy"? It comes from a delicious coffee everymorning from the Rose Establishment.
If you could design anything, what would it be? One project we dream of designing would be a hotel...hands down.
Do you guys collect anything? We collect items we feel will help benefit a project. Could mean anything from old industrial lighting to photos or magazines. Basically, any object that we think has character and feels timeless.
Favorite drinks? Well Jordan generally drinks iced coffee and water all day. Ben sticks to iced Americanos. We don't know what Greg, a.k.a. "The Muscle," drinks...he's out all day collecting checks.
Any good spots you typically go for lunch? Now that the Riverhorse Restaurant [at 540 S Main Street in Park City] is open for lunch, you can find us up there from 11:30-3pm daily, enjoying one of the many exquisite dishes by executive chef, Seth Adams.
Which project/result are you most proud of? This project was two years ago, before the company was created, but we successfully converted an old, two-story warehouse into a 4-bedroom live/work space. Seeing the transformation of the abandoned warehouse into a livable space inspired us to start Project Sunday.
Quick fact: The name 'Project Sunday' came about when we dubbed our Sundays as such. It was the day on which we'd go searching for salvage materials to incorporate into the warehouse project.