自 1875 年以来，瑞士制造商 Audemars Piguet 一直在制造具有高级钟表传统的手表，相当于时尚界的高级定制。自彼时起，制表商的工作场所不断得到改进和重新适应，但从未完全重新思考。Innospace 基于对这些工作台的基本重新设计。为此，首先对制表业的所有工作流程进行了分析，然后对工作站进行了人体工程学和技术方面的优化。创新型的计算机支持的工作台应运而生，可以灵活地适应个人制表师的身体需求。其提供大约 80 种不同设置，在用户登录工作台时，可以根据需要，使用 RFID 自动设置。模块化抽屉系统也方便工人在工作台之间轻松切换。享有专利的手臂和下颚支撑系统有助于减少肌肉骨骼问题，工作台上的非反光表面涂层易于保护双眼。工作台的清晰布局确保必要的工具始终触手可及，而工作台中集成的连接和充电选项则淘汰掉了电缆。工作台裙板的设计采用水平对齐的金带，灵感来自链环。这些金带在视觉上将各个工作站彼此连接在一起，即使工作台设置在不同的高度，也能传达出平静和谐的整体外观。
Since 1875, the Swiss manufacture Audemars Piguet has been making watches in the haute horlogerie tradition, the equivalent of the haute couture in the world of fashion. Since back then, the watchmakers’ workplaces have been repeatedly improved and readapted, but never completely rethought. Innospace is based on a fundamental redesign of these workbenches. To this end, all work processes in watchmaking were first analysed and the workstations then optimised in both ergonomic and technical terms. The result is an innovative, computer-supported workbench that can be flexibly adapted to the physical needs of individual watchmakers. It offers approximately 80 different settings and is automatically set up as desired using an RFID chip when a user logs in at the bench. A modular drawer system also makes it easy for workers to switch between workbenches. A patented arm and chin support system helps reduce musculoskeletal problems and the non-reflective surface coatings on the worktable are easy on the eyes. The clear layout of the worktop ensures that the necessary tools are always within easy reach, while the connection and charging options integrated into the workbench make cables obsolete. The design of the workbench skirt features a horizontally aligned golden band and is inspired by a link chain. This band visually connects the individual workstations with each other and conveys a calm and harmonious overall appearance even when the worktops are set at different heights.
Audemars Piguet & Cie, SA de la Manufacture d’horlogerie, Le Brassus, Switzerland设计 / Design:
Sardi Innovation S.r.l. (Enrique Luis Sardi), Milan, Italy