Toyota North America Headquarters

About this Project

Toyota North America Headquarters: A Showcase of Sustainable Design and Crystal Structures’ Skylights

When Toyota decided to consolidate its operations into a single campus in Plano, Texas, the company set its sights on creating a facility that would not only foster collaboration among employees but also demonstrate the company’s commitment to sustainability. The result is the 100-acre Toyota North America Headquarters, also known as One Toyota, which has achieved the prestigious LEED Platinum certification.

One of the key features contributing to the campus’s sustainability goals is the extensive use of skylights, manufactured and installed by Crystal Structures. The company provided over 100 skylights across the campus, including two striking blue oval-glazed structures. These skylights play a crucial role in reducing the facility’s dependence on the power grid by harnessing natural light.

Cavalier Hotel Skylight
Skylight over pool Cavalier

The project was brought to Crystal Structures by Brent Thompson of ArchSpec, and Roy Schmucker and his team were responsible for the glazing work on this massive undertaking. The installation of the skylights required meticulous planning and execution to ensure seamless integration with the overall design of the campus.

The Toyota North America Headquarters serves as a testament to the company’s growth and success since its humble beginnings in a small car dealership in Southern California. With its LEED Platinum rating, the campus sets a new standard for sustainable design in corporate facilities. Crystal Structures is proud to have contributed to this landmark project, showcasing the company’s expertise in manufacturing and installing high-quality skylights that enhance both the aesthetics and the environmental performance of the buildings.