Although the serious hygienic demands applied significant restrictions, with the assistance of colours and shapes a much friendlier, more playful interior could be created.
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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.
“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.”
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.
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.
Vintage brick occupied one side wall of waiting space drew Typography to socialize with the sensibility to bring out the effect. Eliminate evenness Sofa arrangement, arranged various chair and table to make café atmosphere, and also choose ivory rather than bright white light to give comfortable sensibility.