Apparel company Pearl Izumi is set to unveil their new headquarters.
The new building in Louisville, Col., will play host to the company’s open house and ribbon cutting on Sunday, Dec. 8.
The 55,000 square-foot building was designed by three architectural firms to be as environmentally friendly as possible. It features high ceilings that allow for lots of natural light and ventilation and also features workout and locker rooms, an outdoor amphitheatre and an employee living room. It will have large windows which face out to the Rocky Mountains. The building is said to have ties with the company’s Japanese roots.
“This new facility is a true expression of the active culture, outdoor environment and athletic lifestyle Pearl Izumi promotes,” said Cache Mundy, vice president of product and development in a press release. “The brand has had a presence in Colorado since 1981, so it is exciting to see the company move into a new world class facility that will help inspire creativity, serve as a world class space for our employees and provide easy access to the outdoors.”
The event will feature talks and presentations from industry leaders and community figures, including the town’s mayor, Bob Muckle.
The event will be held at 6:00 p.m. local time at 101 South Taylor St. in Louisville, Col.