Kiln, the flex-office space for modern workers

PARK CITY, Utah – As the fabric of a ‘normal’ workspace and work day shifts with the times, Kiln offers a modern solution. Kiln is a boutique, lifestyle-oriented coworking and flex-office space with locations in Utah and Colorado, including Park City and Salt Lake City.

Kiln offers all-inclusive amenities, like on-site theater, refresh rooms, deep workrooms, a parenting room, a café, a podcast studio, walking and biking desks, along with a variety of events and programming.

Kiln is home to leaders in industries ranging from education to real estate to aerospace. In the spirit of showcasing their multifaceted interests and personalities, check out some of our most recent Utah member spotlights.

Josh Hanes and Jeffrey Johnson are true forward-thinkers at work and beyond. Their venture, Uplift Aerospace, is creating the first commerce marketplace in space. Additionally, through partnerships with Blue Origin, they’ve granted artists access to advanced space technology. In August 2021, Uplift launched their ‘Suborbital Triptych’ series, the first of which was painted by renowned Ghanaian artist Amoaka Boafo, on a spacecraft.

For Lizzy Bullock, Director of Marketing for Team Nation Sports, her work hat is only one of many that she wears daily. She said, “For me, it’s absolutely critical that I can fuse my work with my passions, and I love that at Kiln, I can do that.” For Lizzy, who lives a life of planned spontaneity, Kiln is conducive to her roles as an equestrian, dancer, photographer, indie filmmaker, skier, and humanitarian. Kiln is better for her unique outlook on life and infectious passion.

When Cynthia Wong, a former university professor turned founder, first started Thought Gym, she faced a few nagging questions. Where should her startup “be born”? Where should Thought Gym have its launchpad? While Cynthia initially believed that Kiln was a place for big companies, not for solo founders, she said, “when I found Kiln, I not only found a community but a home. I’m proud to bring people to Kiln.” But she didn’t stop there. Cynthia pays it forward with Thought Gym events specifically for Kiln members. She’s become instrumental in cultivating the Kiln community.

Skyler Hair and Mike Rowland founded their startup, Droplet, out of a garage. Droplet creates digitized forms and smart automations that eliminate teams’ manual data entry and user error. They’re trusted by school districts across Utah and the country. Pretty quickly, they wanted a dedicated workspace separate from the house. They said, “It started just the two of us, and then we needed the space for two more, and then four more, and then five more, and Kiln has been able to handle that growth.” At Kiln, you might find Skyler and Mike gaming, where they carve out “sacred” time and even get paid to play competitively.

Ryan Baylis believes that where you work matters. That’s why he first chose Kiln – so that he could ride his bike or take public transportation to his office. He said, “Kiln always puts their locations in spots that are super accessible to get outside to mountain bike, road bike, or even go snowboarding in the morning and come into work after that.” For Ryan and his company, drift, a scent-based home goods brand, flexibility in an office is just as important as the space. Most importantly, Ryan is fully aware of the irony in starting a car air freshener business while not owning a car himself!

Kiln is a center of gravity for like-minded professionals who believe that work-life balance is attainable. Kiln is a one-stop shop for all things work so that Josh, Jeffrey, Lizzy, Cynthia, Skyler, Mike, and Ryan can spend time on what matters most.

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