ken block's hoonigan racing division shipping container headquarters
ken block's hoonigan racing division shipping container headquarters ken block's hoonigan racing division shipping container headquarters
jan 23, 2013

ken block's hoonigan racing division shipping container headquarters

ken block’s ‘hoonigan racing division shipping container headquarters’



ken block is at it again by opening the doors to his new team headquarters along with a new team name – known as the ‘hoonigan racing division’. located in park city, utah, the facility paints a vivid picture of the workplace that will house the ‘gymkhana’ mastermind – a 12,000 square foot facility divided evenly into two spaces, utilizing 17 recycled shipping containers to construct a reusable workspace.


capable of housing up to 25 employees, the creative office space is found in the first section of the building with separate marketing and administration departments. the other pertains to a workshop for servicing the team’s race vehicles – which is placed on the top level. the entire space is conceived with sustainability in mind – with recycled and reclaimed materials used where possible in the construction process.



creative office area



overview of the creative office area



vehicle service workshop




vehicle service workshop overview

  • Faintly reminds me of the Rob Dyrdek Fantasy Factory, but with containers and more rooms.

    I wonder if the containers located above the cars are used for something or just for show.
    Well it doesn’t even matter as long as you have the money, right?

    David says:
  • Other than that awful plywood, this is a WIN!

    LincolnHo says:
  • Well they’ve built in a staircase to get up to that container, so I’m guessing its a huuuge storage locker. Bathroom!?!? Definitely won’t be for show.

    Ed says:
  • WOW!

    xxx says:
  • What is the shade/name of the blue on the containers

    Shark says:

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