*이노베이션 팩토리 리노베이션 프로젝트 [ SHL Architects ] IBC Innovation Factory



아이비씨 이노베이션 팩토리 프로젝트는 1978년 부터 페인트를 생산해 오던 고리 팩토리를

현대적인 공간과 감각에 맞도록 재구성 및 리뉴얼하는 프로젝트로써 동시대 새로운 기준이 될

공장의 표본을 제시합니다. 연면적 1만 2천 8백 스퀘어 미터에 달하는 공장의 리뉴얼 디자인 목표는

오리지널 공장의 정신을 계승 발전시키며,  국제 협업 비즈니스가 원활하게 이루어지는 열린 공간을 통한

크리에이티브 앤 러닝 스페이스 창출에 있습니다.

기존 건축물이 갖고 있는 공간적 퀄리티의 유지와 혁신적인 배움을 위한 장의 재구성은

건축가가 이곳 팩토리를 리뉴얼하는 가장 큰 숙제로써 가장 먼저 해결해야 합니다.

이것은 6개의 기본 요소를 통한 디자인으로 시작됩니다; 불, 물, 초록, 빛, 소리 그리고 공기.

이와같은 요소들은 거주하는 직원들의 센스를 자극하는 요소로 미래의 크리에이티브

베이스 캠프로 변환 시킬 것 입니다.



특히 중앙에 위치한 티칭존은 내부 랜드스케이프 퍼니쳐와 같은 성향으로 이노베이션 팩토리 중심공간으로

오디토리움, 오픈 스터디를 위한 컨퍼런스 룸, 원형극장 등의 다양한 공간으로 활용됩니다.


reviewed by SJ


The IBC Innovation Factory by schmidt hammer lassen architects is designed to support new ways of learning.  The 12,800 square metres educational building has gone through a total refurbishment and will be officially inaugurated by His Royal Highness the Prince Consort of Denmark on 6th December 2012.




Architects: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Location: Kolding, 
Client: IBC International Business College, Kolding
Area: 12,800 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Adam Mørk

The IBC Innovation Factory is the result of a refurbishment project of the paint manufacturer GORI’s factory from 1978, which set new standards for factories at the time. In the spirit of the original factory, schmidt hammer lassen architects, in collaboration with International Business College (IBC) Kolding, has created the settings for a ground-breaking and creative learning environment, aiming to become the world’s best. The ambition is to be a training camp for future innovators.


“With the acquisition of the GORI factory in the summer of 2010, the IBC gained access to a unique physical environment characterized by an impressive pioneering spirit and vision. It was the first factory plant in Denmark to unite production and management in one large room, allowing visual connection between the two,” explained Founding Partner at schmidt hammer lassen architects, Mr John Foldbjerg Lassen, and he continued, “The large paint tanks were decorated by the French artist Jean Dewasne, in the conviction that art in the workplace would inspire employees and provide a better working environment. The same idea inspired the incorporation of badminton courts and Ping-Pong tables on the production floor for the employees.”

The main task for schmidt hammer lassen architects has been to preserve and emphasize the building’s existing qualities and transform the facilities into an innovative learning environment. By using six elements – fire, water, greenery, light, sound and air – the concept for the new Innovation Factory was developed with an emphasis on stimulating the users’ senses. A central teaching facility in the shape of an indoor ‘landscape furniture’ designed in Douglas pine wood incorporates a variety of learning spaces and experiences.  The wooden structure, which seems to float above a surface of water, has an auditorium, places for open study, an amphitheatre, and closed podiums for group work or quiet study time. There are green plants, the sound of trickling water, birds in aviaries and plenty of daylight from the skylights above.


“Students, teachers, and the business world can meet and learn from each other in this unique setting. The building should support and inspire this encounter. The main architectural concept behind the ‘landscape furniture’ is created in that spirit. We are convinced that the experience of quality and well-being is highly conducive to creativity,” explained John Foldbjerg Lassen.



from  archdaily


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