Posts Tagged ‘healthcare’

Pharmacy MILANO store by MOBIL M, Milan – Italy

July 21st, 2017

The communication inside the pharmacy and the interior design donate an international profile to the store. The wood effect tiles, the logo and the sign strengthen the whole message of natural.

OASIS veterinary surgical center by Betwin Space Design, Suwon-si – South Korea

June 28th, 2017

It had to be not a clinic blurring the boundary between pet café and pet shop, but a definite clinic with professionality and authenticity focusing on function and system. Entering the clinic, customers’ eyes are overwhelmed by tone & manner like research room or laboratory.

Dandoulaki Stauroula pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Rethymno Crete – Greece

June 8th, 2017

By having now one level store, we could design a pharmacy open to the consumer, with a façade that can be seen from across the street. On the same direction we positioned the signing, simple and clear it gives it’s stigma to the pharmacy and makes its presence felt on the local market.

Farmacia San Pelayo by SUBE, Zarautz – Spain

June 1st, 2017

A nice pharmacy to adapt a new activity to new forms of selling; in which the pharmacist wanted personal attention to clients. A careful and efficient lighting, along with greater visibility of the local and product shape our different point of view from a pharmacy.

Pheresis Center by Csiszer Design, Székesfehérvár – Hungary

March 31st, 2017

Although the serious hygienic demands applied significant restrictions, with the assistance of colours and shapes a much friendlier, more playful interior could be created.

Credo café by Little, Orland – Florida

March 7th, 2017

Credo implemented a donations-only concept, the company’s attempt at not being an autonomous consumer, separated from people and means of production. By challenging people to name their own price, consumers assign a value to their coffee and hopefully become more conscious of where their money is going and consider the impact it makes.

Losada Serrano dental clinic by Silvosa París Arquitectura, Madrid – Spain

February 15th, 2017

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.

Children’s Hospital by Morag Myerscough, Sheffield – UK

February 7th, 2017

“Although the rooms are for children, I didn’t want them to be childish because children of all different age groups will be staying in them,” said Myerscough. “I also wanted to create somewhere parents would be happy to spend time too. It was just about making a bedroom that you felt good to be in.”

Michael and Mirto Labrakis Dentistry by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion – Greece

January 31st, 2017

Starting from the entrance, a wooden reception counter is located in the center of the space and is positioned beside the waiting lounge. The walls are dominated by different textures and colored white. The element that attracts attention is the “children’s corner”: a point where young patients will have the opportunity to relax, paint and play in a specially designated area for them.

Le Jian Specialist Clinic by United Design Practice, Bejing – China

October 8th, 2016

The tone and manner of the space is expressed using a more neutral, sublter palette so as to create a relaxing space that is comfortable and meditative. The use of stone as a consistent element through the space is enriched by the diagonal cuts and the differential surface treatments.

Mental health clinic by Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop, Saga – Japan

September 13th, 2016

In addition to an outdoor garden designed to recreate the local scenery of rice fields and mountains using local flora, a 30 meter bookshelf was constructed containing pictorial books intended not so much to be “read” but rather to be “seen” and impart an impression on the reader.

Leightons Opticians & Hearing Care by SKK Design, Reading – UK

April 29th, 2016

Likewise, a restrained palette of surface finishes has been employed to create a bright, clean atmosphere that is at once both contemporary and comfortable; representing Leightons’ desire to cater for all categories of customer.

Óculos Óptica by La i design, Vigo – Spain

April 27th, 2016

The glasses are the protagonists exhibited in well illuminated furniture spaces that enhance their characteristics. The workshop, that can be seen from the public area, transmits the customers confidence and knowhow by showing the professional and healthcare zones.

De Schuyter Medical Practice by Joshua Florquin Architects, Maldegem – Belgium

April 19th, 2016

De Schuyter Medical Practice by Joshua Florquin Architects, Maldegem – Belgium

Medicare Vita – Nutrition Center by ArDe Rena Valla, Athens – Greece

July 3rd, 2015

A light and clean place with definite messages from the centre about correct and healthy nutritional habits. Simple, plain and useful furniture, decorate the place, giving a familiar note.

Groote Schuur Hospital Innovation Hub interior by Haldane Martin, Cape Town – South Africa

June 16th, 2015



A new Innovation Hub at Groote Schuur Hospital (GSH) has provided the Haldane Martin interior design studio with a unique challenge.

Edifecs Offices, Bellevue – Washington

May 10th, 2015

Healthcare technology company Edifecs has recently moved into a new office space in Bellevue, Washington.

Veterinary Clinic Masans by Domenig Architekten, Chur – Switzerland

February 4th, 2015

The Veterinary clinic Masans in Chur, Switzerland was designed to re-accommodate a 17 membered crew of veterinary specialists and provide them with a spacious, fully equipped and pleasant working environment

OSGIC office by Area-17, Ordos City – China

December 10th, 2014

The Ordos Sino German Innovation Center (OSGIC) is a non-profit organization strongly supported by Chinese government in cooperation with Fraunhofer IAO the top scientific research institutions in Germany, OSGIC is committed to technological innovation.

Careland pharmacy by Sergio Mannino Studio, New York City

December 8th, 2014

The entire project is an example of contemporary design, yet at the same time, it is full of traditional references related to Health care. A dark shade of green is typically the color associated with pharmacies, so we pushed the color to an extreme before it became something else, before it became so distant from what is commonly perceived as a pharmacy color that people didn’t recognize it anymore.