Archive for the ‘Dental office’ Category
Friday, April 17th, 2015
Article source: Pedra Silva Architects
On one of Sydney’s high-end retail streets we were invited to design a high-level state of the art dental clinic. The actual space and the brief provided by the client posed a few challenges that got us thinking. An aesthetic is something that may be mistaken as an additional almost cosmetic layer to a design, but in our projects, the aesthetic is a clear response to problem solving.
In this particular case the client requested two receptions with two entrances that could function separately but without compromising the sense of spaciousness and its relationship with people passing by. In the same space we also had a stubborn structural column that seemed to impose itself in all the attempts of trying to integrate it into the design. The solution? Answering the brief and magically making the column disappear!
Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra
- Architects: Pedra Silva Architects
- Project: Care Implant Dentistry
- Location: Chatswood, Sydney, Australia
- Photography: Fernando Guerra
- Client: Dr. Christopher Ho
- Area: 402m2
- Project Manager: Andrew Stewart
- Contracts Manager: Alex Smallbone
- Project Started: March 2014
- Project Complete: May 2014
- Contractor: Renascent
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: tai_tai STUDIO
The building is located in the downtown of Tokyo.
Doctor had owned a old very typical two-story wooden apartment for students.
He remodeled this timeworn buildings into his dental clinic.
He want to structural reinforcement of the old wooden building
He want to ensure a smooth flow line for patients because the second floor is his care units.
We must designed a flow line of dental clinic without changing the wood frame for this old apartment.
We remove a part of the second floor and set a large window to for the light from the front.
Image Courtesy © tai_tai STUDIO
- Architects: tai_tai STUDIO
- Project: Old wooden apartment turned into the dental clinic
- Location: Katushika, Tokyo
- Team: tai_tai STUDIO/Hidekazu Wakabayashi, Akiko Wakabayashi
- Function: Dental clinic
- Structure: wood
- Year: 2006
Saturday, December 13th, 2014
Article source: Kunihiko Matsuba (TYRANT Co.,Ltd.)
The buildings look like a set of building blocks piled up to the brink of collapsing, but they do not fall down even though it seems like they could at any moment.
They consist of a dental clinic and a house, which were built in a residential area in a suburb of Hachioji—a city located in the western part of Tokyo. The building site was previously a field, and we planned to construct a dental clinic,a house, a garage for two cars, and a parking lot for seven patients’ cars at the site, which was spacious enough to accommodate all these structures and provide a comfortable working and living environment.
Image Courtesy © Taishi Hirokawa
- Architects: Kunihiko Matsuba (TYRANT Co.,Ltd.)
- Project: Nagasawa Dental Clinic
- Location: Hachioji-city, Tokyo, Japan
- Photography: Taishi Hirokawa
- Project Team
- Structure Design: Tatsumi Terado (Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio )
- Lighting Design: Shoji Hiroyasu(LIGHTDESIGN.INC)
- Client: Takahiro Nagasawa
- Site Area: 559.6㎡
- Bldg. Area: 213.1㎡
Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Article source: OISHI Masayuki & Associates
Clinic in Onomichi is a dental clinic near Onomichi station. Large skylights on the north side make the office space light and airy.
From outside, people can see a building structure through the skylights, and the building creates one aspect of the town scape.
Image Courtesy © Toshinori Tanaka
- Architects: OISHI Masayuki & Associates
- Project: Dental Clinic
- Location: Onomichi, Japan
- Photography: Toshinori Tanaka, Daici Ano
- Principal use: dental clinic
- Structure adviser: Yasuhiro Mochizuki
- Facility design: ES associates
- General Contractor: TAIHOU corporation
- Use district: commercial zoning
- Site Area: 310.38㎡
- Building Area: 136.49㎡
- Total Floor Area: 156.03㎡, (1F_134.3㎡, 2F_19.08㎡)
- Construction Period: 2012.02-2012.06
Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Article source: eleven nine inteiror design office
Brisk clouds are drawn clearly on the glass of the dental clinic at daytime.
At sunset, they change into faint, washy mist like lines of smoke.
The surface is double structure.
A sheet with clouds design is attached on the outside glass, also the same design is printed on the inside PVC sheet.
Image Courtesy © Seiryou Yamada
- Architects: eleven nine inteiror design office
- Project: Hirose Dental Clinic
- Location: 32-16 Nosaku-cho Kawachinagano-City OSAKA, JAPAN
- Photography: Seiryou Yamada
- Area: 91.5m2
- Year: 2008
Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
Article source: FORMA Design, Inc
Soft curves and rounded elements in the design of this 12th floor 1500sf dental office allude to the clouds outside, and evoke the touch of femininity the doctor desired. The majority of the space is a white shell, allowing light and shadow to emphasize the curves and to serve as a neutral backdrop to select areas of color that animate the space. The sense of openness and transparency is reinforced through the sharing of natural light from the exterior windows through the glass walls in the perimeter offices.
Image courtesy FORMA Design, Inc
- Architects: FORMA Design, Inc
- Project: Jill Bruno Orthodontics
- Location: Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA
Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
Article source: Paulo Merlini
The uncommon form, narrowness, vertical amplitude of the space and the two big glass façades placed on the main and back façade defined mainly the organization of the spaces. The reception and waiting room it’s characterized by a big white box that floats in the air playing with the vertical amplitude of the space. The interior of the box mimetizes the idea of being under a roof, giving the user a familiar sensation of comfort, and helping I’m to calm down before the treatment. From the “roof” a series of lamps float in the air, filling the space with light.
Image Courtesy © Joao Morgado
- Architects: Paulo Merlini
- Project: Dental Clinic in Oporto
- Location: Oporto, Portugal
- Photography: Joao Morgado – Architectural Photography
- Software used: AutoCAD
Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Article source: Integrated Field (IF)
Normally, clinic is definitely not one of a destination to be thought of, except for the time of sickness or unwell. But to care more about your health and have it checked up from time to time won’t be such a bad idea. Therefore, this dental clinic, DENTAL BLISS, was meant to create the feeling of relaxation and warmth to lessen visitor’s stress from spending time in the small space with strangers and make it feel ordinary to go to clinic by routine.
Image Courtesy Integrated Field Co.,Ltd
- Architects: Integrated Field Co.,Ltd
- Project: Dental Bliss
- Location: THE INT (The Intersect), Rama III Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
- Owner: Dental Bliss
- Interior designer: Integrated Field Co.,Ltd.
- Corporate identity: Siwaporn Kumtan
- Main contractor:
- Phase 1 :WeerayutWeerasamai
- Phase 2 : CharnchaiLongcharoen
- Area: 91sq.m.
- Cost: 1,000,000 Baht
- Design: 2011
- Completed: 2012
Wednesday, July 18th, 2012
Article source: ENOTA Architects
Stamboldžioski Dental Studio is located at the outskirts of the city, in a residential community featuring mostly single-family homes. It has been built as a replacement for the cramped surgery in the dentist’s private house, which was set up on the ground floor. It is therefore an annex, whose floor area – as it so often happens in such cases – exceeds that of the house it has been annexed to. Furthermore, its programme significantly differs from the predominant function of the vicinity.
Terrace (Image Courtesy Miran Kambič)
- Architects: ENOTA Architects
- Project: Stamboldzioski Dental Studio
- Location: Nova Gorica, Slovenia
- Type: Commission
- Year: 2006
- Status: Completed 2010
- Size: 175 M2
- Budget: 340.000 EUR
- Client: Private
- Project Team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Zana Starovič, Nuša Završnik Šilec, Sabina Sakelšek, Anna Kravcova, Nebojša Vertovšek, Marko Volf, Esta Matković
- Photography: Miran Kambič
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
Article source: Lord, Aeck & Sargent
The Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) College of Dental Medicine (CDM) – has a new $112 million home that features a warm, embracing, family-centric care environment, provides state-of-the-art equipment for both students and dental practices, and fulfills a need for the university to educate more dentists. Designed by architecture firm Lord, Aeck & Sargent (LAS) in collaboration with Francis Cauffman as consulting dental architect, the five-story, 269,000-square-foot building features a host of sustainable design elements and is targeting LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Image Courtesy Jonathan Hillyer / Atlanta
- Architects: Lord, Aeck & Sargent
- Project: College of Dental Medicine
- Location: Georgia
- Photography: Jonathan Hillyer / Atlanta
- Software used: Autodesk Revit for the design with supplemental use of the Adobe Creative Suite for renderings and presentation layouts