Hatfield-Dowlin Complex, Oregon Football Performance Center
The new home of the Oregon Ducks, the football team of the University of Oregon, is a unique and forward-looking project without equal. The Football Performance Center has a global design which encompasses both the architecture and interior furnishings to perfectly tailor them to the players’ needs.
The façade of glass, granite and metal simultaneously communicates lightness and strength. The elements of the interior that appear impenetrable and mysterious from the outside are bright and flooded with light inside.
The interior furnishings are also multifaceted. The love of detail reflects the care involved in planning. Yet the primary focus of the project was never lost: The well-being of the players.
Every aspect of their day ranging from instruction, nutrition, medical care to leisure activities was duly considered, and everything was coordinated down to the last detail.
The overarching motivation behind the design is to attract the best players to accompany the Oregon Ducks to the top of the college football national championships.
The aim was to create unique and innovative lockers that satisfied the special requirements of this project.
The modern aesthetic design pays homage to the sport characterized by speed and strength. Behind the sleek façade with the steel body and refined Corian front is an interior designed down to the smallest detail which offers the players every conceivable comfort.
The well-arranged storage of equipment was one of the most important considerations in development. CP developed a creative special, accommodating pull-out mechanism for the helmet and chest pads.
A sufficient amount of space is provided for storing personal items. There is also sufficient space for extra-large shoes. In addition, the locker offers technical extras like power plugs and cable-free cell phone charging.
Each locker is fully ventilated with the design adding to the overall visual appearance.
Digilock Keypad Locking: individual player locker compartments are closed by an electronic online locking system that is opened with an individual code.