WHEN IS GOOD ENOUGH ACTUALLY GOOD ENOUGH? WE SAY NEVER.
WE KNOW LOCKERS ARE MORE THAN JUST SPACES FOR STUFF.
THEY’RE PERSONAL. PEOPLE SHOULD BE ABLE TO LOOK AT THEIR LOCKERS AND SAY,
“THIS IS MY SPACE. IT’S MADE FOR ME, FOR MY NEEDS.”
AT HOLLMAN, WE SPECIALIZE IN THOSE SPACES AND WE’RE CONSTANTLY IMPROVING THEM. FUNCTION AND FORM, SPACE AND DESIGN, AND THEIR ONGOING RELATIONSHIP WILL EVOLVE BECAUSE WE’RE LEADING THE WAY.
IT STARTS HERE ...
A piece of paper. A desk. Our own space. Some say it’s where the magic happens, and they aren’t wrong (if they really really like lockers, that is). Our R&D team, our designers, and our craftspeople will tell you it’s simply where our ideas and hard work come to life.
... THEN IT GOES HERE
It could be a locker room for a major sports team. Or a place for office workers to keep their handbags and keys. Sometimes the final destination for one of our designs is a country club or spa. Regardless of where the lockers live, our end goal is to provide people with spaces just for them–a small home for their stuff, where they can find peace of mind.
WHERE WILL IT GO NEXT?
We have a few ideas, and we’ll reveal them when they’re ready. Just imagine what you can do when you think differently about space, about how we use it. Can space itself facilitate movement? Can design dictate how people behave? Right now, the answer to both questions is: absolutely. And we can’t wait to show you.
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IN THE NEWS
NEW APPLE CAMPUS
Hollman is proud to have produced lockers integrated into the new scrupulously designed Apple Campus in Cupertino, CA. Coined as the “One Last Thing” Steve Jobs had envisioned prior to his death in 2011, the campus includes a 100,000 square foot Wellness Center with a two-story yoga room dotted with trees, plus an air-conditioning system that sucks outdoor air in to remind employees of the environment outside. In that beautifully designed environment, our Hollman Lockers gleam as brilliantly white as a 2001 iPod. Read the full story