*인더스트리얼 인테리어, 대장간에서 헤드쿼터로 리노베이션 [ Fabio Ferrillo ] MSGM fashion headquarters in a former blacksmith's workshop

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과거의 시간을 현재의 공간에 투영하는 일은 즐겁다. 여기 이탈리아 캐쥬얼 브랜드 MSGM의 새로운 헤드쿼터 오피스 프로젝트는 기존 대장간의 오래된 벽돌과 녹슨 창문을 고스란히 이용, 현재의 감각적인 인테리어 요소와 접목, 포스트 인더스트리얼 디자인을 완성한다. 새롭게 재구성된 기존공간, 대장간의 공간적 특징을 고스란히 연속시키는 디자인은 공정별로 구분되었던 내부공간을 현재의 작업실, 사무공간, 미팅룸, 자료실 등의 각 공간으로 구분지어 동치시킨다. 그리고 또한 쾌적한 비즈니스 환경 구축을 위해 큰 창문, 높은 천장고를 유지 자연광을 유입시키며 거주환경을 확보한다. 항상 생각하고 느끼는 점이지만 가장 중요한 점은 공간의 지속력이다. 이곳과 같이.


reviewed by SJ,오사



Architect Fabio Ferrillo's project for the new MSGM headquarters was born from the intuition of the brand's Creative Director, Massimo Giorgetti; together they gave new life to an abandoned early 20th-Century blacksmith's workshop in Milan's Porta Romana borough. The space was seriously run-down, but its crude and post-industrial aesthetic is now its most fascinating and contemporary aspect thanks to a careful work of preservation and reinterpretation.




A large access portal, two distinct areas, an irregular floor plan, walls in plain brickwork, abandoned machinery and suspended pulleys maintain the space's productive spirit but are combined, in an unprecedented layout, to a new cement flooring and deliberately flashy steel and zinced plate conducts and ventilation systems.

The preserved and renewed brickwork is paired with the dove-grey and pink tones of the new irregular partitions, a combination that creates surprising perspectives, such as the fireplace: an original mid-19th-Century Louis Philippe in grey marble specifically imported from the south of France. The great central skylight, the doors and windows have been carefully salvaged, while an unused air shaft has been connected to the private office to be used as a scenographic source of light.

The decor is the result of prolongued research: the original 1950s pieces by Friso Kramer come from Flanders, the grey and yellow shelving, the curved wooden chairs, the private office's armchairs, handpicked from galleries in Antwerp and Paris, just like the grand central table, an original Ico Parisi from 1960, reimported to Italy from a gallery in Belgium.

The ceiling projectors, all from abandoned industrial sites of the île de France, are paired with lamps of typical italian design. The beautiful canvases by Nathalie du Pasquier give the finishing touch to this eclectic, refined and contemporary space. It is the image of the brand, MSGM: in constant evolution.



from  dezeen


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