Posts Tagged ‘healthcare’

45cm luxury skincare center by NE-ON, Beijing – China

November 11th, 2017

The Lounge is a welcoming space for KOL presentations, gatherings, or a relaxing time around a cup of herbal tea. It is an oval-shaped-room with a floor pattern that extends to infinity. Upside-down water lilies lights are the focus point of the room.

Katerina Daskalaki pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion / Crete – Greece

November 4th, 2017

The basic principle of the design is the emphasis in storefront’s dynamic and in its function as a window display at the same time, highlighting the space from outside to inside and the opposite.

Sengoku Unagi Seikotsuin by Makiko Yamaguchi / HEADSTARTS, Tokyo – Japan

October 20th, 2017

For this project, which is the second branch of the Unagi Seikotsu-in Group, I aimed at creating a comfortable space that the visitors would want to repeatedly come back, with meticulous attention to every detail including the texture of fabric, not to mention the carefully thought-out design, usage of colors and lighting plan.

DZNE German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases by wulf architekten, Bonn – Germany

September 25th, 2017

With a usable floor area of approximately 16,000 m2, the DZNE provides optimal scientific conditions for an international team of more than 500 employees and visiting researchers.

Yeni Hayat Pharmacy by Kst Architecture & Interiors, Antalya – Turkey

September 21st, 2017

Yeni Hayat Pharmacy by Kst Architecture & Interiors, Antalya – Turkey

Pacific Derm by omb, Vancouver – Canada

September 8th, 2017

We achieved elegance through simplicity: a progression of spaces where the warmth of natural white oak wood, and light grey tones in the walls, natural stones, solid surface materials and furniture, add layers of sophisticated depth to a clean white milieu.

“Douloufakis Nikolaos” pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion / Crete – Greece

September 1st, 2017

Although the pharmacy is developed on three floors, the aim was to fully exploit the space, proposing smart solutions to store and display – display of products, necessary for the operation of the particular pharmacy.

IVF Fertility Specialists by Lab4 architects, Athens – Greece

August 31st, 2017

The materials and the colors were chosen so as to convey a modern and gentle vision of the space. The main colors in the majority of the surfaces are the white and the deep petrol which embraces the waiting room and the reception.

Molecure Pharmacy by Waterfrom Design, Taichung – Taiwan

August 30th, 2017

The metal, lightweight glass and transparent acrylics are crisscrossing, and straight lines are adopted to build the display racks which is in longitude-and-latitude shape; just as repeated expanding of the molecule – with drugs put on them, the display racks seem to disappear from the space, while the colorful drugs act as paintings to color the walls.

Maggie’s Centre cancer care centre by dRMM Architects, Oldham – UK

August 10th, 2017


The first cross-laminated hardwood building in the world, Maggie’s Centre in Oldham represents a new direction for cancer care that’s more home than hospital.

Lago dental clinic by Gespronor, A Coruña – Spain

July 28th, 2017

Lago dental clinic by Gespronor, A Coruña – Spain

N Dental Clinic by Quaddesign, Seoul – Korea

July 25th, 2017

The two dimensional space is, therefore, interpreted three dimensionally, enriching the experience of the users. Because the wall at the waiting room is serving too many purposes, we wanted to make it disappear. Mirror was used to deeply allow a lawyered space.

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.”