The project consisted in the complete conditioning of the space and its facades to build three dental cabinets. The design responds to two essential questions: the relationship between the three cabinets and the preeminent location of the waiting room.
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Located in Central, the Q9 Orthopaedic & Spine Centre aims not only to help clients identify the root cause of their physical discomfort, but also provide a comfortable environment for patients to relax. As such, in coming up with the design vision, Clifton Leung Design Workshop broke free from the traditional and generic clinic design, which gives off a cold and impersonal atmosphere.
Angled white walls with large expanses of glazing frame vistas of the district and the surrounding landscape. The space is topped with a high roof made from aluminium profiled sheets that creates a spacious interior. To bring plenty of light inside, the architects inserted the skylight above a hallway in the centre of the space, bridging the ridge of the roof.
The concept evolved to incorporate a series of powder-coated steel “house” frames which march rhythmically through the space. Clad with a mixture of custom acrylic and wood eyeglass display boxes and mirrored surfaces, the frames have integral lighting which allow the viewer to try on eyewear and see themselves from many angles concurrently in their own private viewing gallery.
Clean surfaces, solid floors, and large panels are used to reduce the number of joints, simple colors according to the different areas of the premises and indirect lighting systems; all with the intention of creating a friendly space with the necessity of hygiene and precision appropriate to a dental clinic.