Pharmacy in Omori by MAMM Design, Tokyo – Japan

October 2nd, 2015 by retail design blog

This dispensing pharmacy is facing a street on which some competing pharmacies are located. So it was also requested to create a distinguished facade rather than its interior design.
Mainly two elements, glass partition and three-vaulted ceiling, form the space. The glass partition in the middle of the pharmacy separates it into two parts, front and back, customers zone and dispensing zone. And the three-vaulted shape gently indicates reception and waiting space for patients. Covered with the vaulted ceiling, patients can feel cosy and relaxed atmosphere.
The three-vaulted shape can be recognized from outside and the design differentiate the pharmacy from others on the street.

Designed by MAMM Design
Photography by Takumi Ota













http://www.mamm-design.com

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