Corey Martin of PATH Architecture partnered with Rob Lamb has Completed the Sports Facilities Interior Design Project for University of Oregon, they was incorporated in form M1C2 inc. The M1C2 inc. completed their first major project to renovated the weight training room for The University of Oregon athletic teams. Upon the successful completion of the weight room the U of O Athletic department asked M1C2 inc. to walk down the hall and take a look at what could be done to “repaint the old football team locker room and install some new wood lockers.
Sports Facilities UO Weight Room Entrance Design
Sports Facilities Interior Design by PATH Architecture
UO Weight Room Interior Design by PATH Architecture
Sports Facilities Interior Design-UO Weight Room
UO Weight Room Stairs Design
Corey and Rob took the request as an invitation to push the boundaries of what a locker room can be and 10 frantic months later the Oregon football players and coaches walked into their new elliptically shaped gathering space, complete with a mezzanine locker area overlooking the entire room, actively-ventilated lockers, a state of the art A/V and lighting system, a newly customized press room and a giant vertical lift door at the end of it all to deliver the players to Autzen Stadium on game day. The U of O Football locker room is now the standard by which all football team locker rooms are judged, both professional and collegiate.
UO Locker Room Entrance Design
UO Locker Room Interior Design by PATH Architecture
Sports Facilities UO Locker Room Interior
Sports Facilities UO Locker Room Interior by PATH Architecture
UO Locker Room Seating Design by PATH Architecture
Tags: Alliance, Autzen Stadium, Corey Martin, Football Team Locker Design, Locker Room Interior Design, Locker Room Seating Design, Oregon, Oregon United States, PATH Architecture, Rob Lamb, Sports Facilities Interior Design, University of Oregon, Weight Room Interior Design, Wood Lockers Design