Optimo Skidmore, Owings - Merrill LLP

2019-01-22 10:00
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汤姆·罗西特(Tom Rossiter)
架构师提供的文本描述。25年多来,擎天柱作为一家手工艺帽子的领先制造商,为独特的、多样化的、忠诚的全球客户开发了一批狂热的追随者。擎天柱位于伊利诺伊州贝弗利市,这是芝加哥南部一个历史悠久的街区,该公司最近完成的总部将其设计、运营和生产空间整合在一个已有100年历史的退役消防站内。为了创造一个反映擎天柱的工艺、真实性和永恒奢华精神的空间,该公司聘请SOM-一家价值相同的公司-开发出一种适合帽子制造商的方案,该公司以对细节的严格关注而闻名。
Text description provided by the architects. For more than 25 years, Optimo has developed a cult following as a leading maker of handcrafted hats for a unique, diverse, and devoted global clientele. Located in Beverly, Illinois, an historic neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, Optimo’s recently completed headquarters consolidates its design, operations, and production spaces inside a 100-year-old decommissioned firehouse. To create a space reflective of Optimo’s ethos of craftsmanship, authenticity, and timeless luxury, the company engaged SOM—a firm which shares the same values—to develop a scheme befitting of a hat maker known for its rigorous attention to detail.
Text description provided by the architects. For more than 25 years, Optimo has developed a cult following as a leading maker of handcrafted hats for a unique, diverse, and devoted global clientele. Located in Beverly, Illinois, an historic neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, Optimo’s recently completed headquarters consolidates its design, operations, and production spaces inside a 100-year-old decommissioned firehouse. To create a space reflective of Optimo’s ethos of craftsmanship, authenticity, and timeless luxury, the company engaged SOM—a firm which shares the same values—to develop a scheme befitting of a hat maker known for its rigorous attention to detail.
 © Tom Rossiter
汤姆·罗西特(Tom Rossiter)
 
作为一个具有工业美学的当代车间,设计借鉴了精致、低调的材料的调色板,包括黑钢、胡桃和软木。Som与Optimo合作,创造了一个高效和协作的工作流程,使Optimo的生产能力翻了一番,并适应了未来的扩张。擎天柱的老板格雷厄姆·汤普森(Graham Thompson)表示:“我们的目的是创建一家特殊的帽子工厂,生产出一种特殊的产品。”“与SOM合作是重新设想这一空间的关键-我们都以正直和目标的方式对待设计。”
Expressed as a contemporary workshop with an industrial aesthetic, the design draws from a palette of refined, understated materials, including blackened steel, walnut, and cork. SOM worked with Optimo to create an efficient and collaborative work flow, more than doubling Optimo’s production capacity and accommodating future expansion. “Our intention was to create an exceptional hat factory to produce an exceptional product,” says Optimo owner Graham Thompson. “Collaborating with SOM was key in reimagining this space—we both approach design with integrity and purpose.”
Expressed as a contemporary workshop with an industrial aesthetic, the design draws from a palette of refined, understated materials, including blackened steel, walnut, and cork. SOM worked with Optimo to create an efficient and collaborative work flow, more than doubling Optimo’s production capacity and accommodating future expansion. “Our intention was to create an exceptional hat factory to produce an exceptional product,” says Optimo owner Graham Thompson. “Collaborating with SOM was key in reimagining this space—we both approach design with integrity and purpose.”
 © Tom Rossiter
汤姆·罗西特(Tom Rossiter)
该空间与帽子本身一样定制:优雅的钢制外壳、框架任务和工作站上方的环境照明;定制的从地板到天花板的架子、独特的帽子形式和模具;定制的滚动架组织和调动帽子,以便在工厂地板上轻松地进入;现代和古董机械被统一组织和完成,用镀光的黑色;修复的玻璃砖墙包裹着白昼照明的双高空间。采用20世纪初至中叶的技术,每顶擎天柱帽都是用稻草、细皮毛和稀有丝带等材料制成的,提供了定义品牌的优质产品。
The space is as customized as the hats themselves: elegant steel casings frame task and ambient lighting above workstations; custom floor-to-ceiling shelving houses unique hat forms and molds; tailor-made rolling racks organize and mobilize hats for effortless access on the factory floor; modern and antique machinery were organized and finished uniformly in matte black; and restored glazed-brick walls wrap the daylit double-height space. Using early to mid-20th century techniques, each Optimo hat is formed and finished with materials like straw, fine furs, and rare ribbons to provide the superior product that defines the brand.
The space is as customized as the hats themselves: elegant steel casings frame task and ambient lighting above workstations; custom floor-to-ceiling shelving houses unique hat forms and molds; tailor-made rolling racks organize and mobilize hats for effortless access on the factory floor; modern and antique machinery were organized and finished uniformly in matte black; and restored glazed-brick walls wrap the daylit double-height space. Using early to mid-20th century techniques, each Optimo hat is formed and finished with materials like straw, fine furs, and rare ribbons to provide the superior product that defines the brand.
 © Tom Rossiter
汤姆·罗西特(Tom Rossiter)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Location Chicago, Illinois, United States
Category Historic Preservation
Project Architect Brian Lee
Project Year 2018
Photographs Tom Rossiter
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