Archive for the ‘Dental office’ Category
Sunday, June 25th, 2017
Article source: BUPA Architectures
The project is located in front of the junction of three roads including avenue d’Eysines important axis, at the heart of a urban district with a very characteristic typology of Bordeaux.
The project involves the transformation of an old restaurant into a dental clinic. This old building made of stone was set back one floor above the street level. The goal of this renovation is to revalorize the existing and fill the void by creating a built front at the street level. This project thus becomes a signal, the beginning of an island designed by roads.
Image Courtesy © Denis Lacharme
- Architects: BUPA Architectures
- Project: Dental Office
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Denis Lacharme
- Lead Architects: Frantz Buhler, Florent Pasquier
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 470 m²
- Artis: Jofo
- Collaborators : Fort Entreprise, Ateliers Saint André, Domopro, 120×125, Shindler, Roling Store, SARL Serveau, Akiten, Métalerie du Delta, SRDB+, ADE, O2+, Technique Safir Dentaire
- Completion Year: 2014
Sunday, June 18th, 2017
Article source: Mutant Arch.Media
“For patients, a well-being practice is a combination of medical competence, friendliness of the practice staff and an aesthetically high-quality architectural practice.”
This holistic approach prescribed the space, treatment and the sense of well being as a unit, was developed in collaboration with the architectural office Mutant Arch.Media a modern dental practice.
Image Courtesy © Mutant Arch.Media
- Architects: Mutant Arch.Media
- Project: Into the white
- Location: Salzburg, Austria
- Area: 212 QM
- Work Started In : 11/ 2016
- Work Finished In : 03/ 2017
- Status: completed work
- Year: 2017
Friday, June 16th, 2017
Article source: Villanueva Architect
In Panningen, a small village in the South of The Netherlands, a former car dealer/workshop has been converted into a dental practice.
The renovation was accomplished by firstly demolishing all interior walls and exterior façade keeping only the bare structural columns and roof.
Image Courtesy © Villanueva Architect
- Architects: Villanueva Architect
- Project: Dental practice DuoDent
- Location: Panningen, The Netherlands
- Project Architect: Dennis Villanueva
- Client: DuoDent, Mr. L. Lommen
- Contractor: Bots Bouwgroep BV
- Size: 350 m2
Thursday, June 8th, 2017
Article source: Slash Architects
The asymmetrical panels starting from the outer facade and flowing into interior spaces creates a sense of canyon experience. Dental Polyclinic that is located in Maslak Uniq Istanbul Shopping Mall, creates a striking appearance with its unusual concept. Space is cracked open by the circulation and the waiting areas which creates the perception of depth in the project. he service and clinic usages are located around the 3 solid walls of the space leaving the mediocre center open for easy access. This also helps to be able to read the usages of the spaces behind by the frames that are sticking out of the walls of the canyon wall. The spaces behind the panels around circulation are totally white, clean and simple which creates a strong contrast between the interior and exterior of the clinic box spaces.
Image Courtesy © Slash Architects
- Architects: Slash Architects
- Project: The Smile Shop Dental Polyclinic
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Friday, May 19th, 2017
Article source: AN.ONYMOUS
In his essay, “On Trial 1: The situation. What architecture of technology?,” published in1962, Reyner Banham called the suspended ceiling a “Utopian or a Dymaxion dream.” He maintained that suspended ceilings had achieved a degree of industrialization, flexibility, and interchangeability of parts—accommodating a range of services such as heating and cooling, ventilation, lighting, sound, fire-extinguishing, acoustic control, etc.—that far surpass the limited functions of exterior paneling or curtain-wall systems. “Taken grosso modo, one-offs, off-the-pegs, standardized and specialized,” he wrote, “all together, suspended ceilings represent probably the greatest achievement to date in accommodating technology to architecture.” Yet, despite its remarkable all-pervading presence, in Banham’s view, the suspended ceiling had been unremarked in the mythologies of modern architecture. “No one is for or against suspended ceilings,” he argued, “and yet they constitute one of the most sophisticated elements in the technology of architecture.”
Image Courtesy © Austin Yu
- Architects: AN.ONYMOUS
- Project: IN.DENT
- Location: 6325 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills, California 91367, United States
- Photography: Neave Bozorgi and Austin Yu
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper
- Client: Brighton Periodontal and Implant Group
- Project Team: Iman Ansari, Marta Nowak, Shiqi Fan, Chun-Hua Chiu, Isabel Branas, Dan Zhu, Maria Katticaran
- Area: 1,600 ft2
- Project Year: 2017
Friday, March 31st, 2017
Article source: pRchitect communications
The Smiley Academy designed by Istanbul based Slash Architects is a unique clinic via its plain but yet surprising style where the greenery is involved within the dynamic, comfortable, living place.
The Smile Academy is a human based designed clinic altering the perception of a clinic being an uncomfortable, scary place and offering a peaceful environment for both the visitors and staff instead. Having these features, this policlinic creates a new style of “health space” for the city.
Image Courtesy © Slash Architects
- Architects: Slash Architects
- Project: The Smile Academy Dental Policlinic
- Location: Gaziantep, Turkey
- Total Project Area: 320 sqm
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
Article source: OHLAB / oliver hernaiz architecture lab
This project for Emardental Clinic plays with the dialogue of two types of environments that reflect the values of the clinic.
On the one hand, the public area: waiting room, reception and transit areas. A warm, welcoming and winding space with an oak finish of soft tones and curved lines; a space that intuitively guides the patient into the circulation and accompanies him while waiting; a smooth and soft lighting filtered through wooden slats.
Image Courtesy © José Hevia
- Architects: OHLAB / oliver hernaiz architecture lab (Paloma Hernaiz and Jaime Oliver)
- Project: Emardental Clinic
- Location: Palma, Majorca, Spain
- Photography: José Hevia
- Client: Emardental
- OHLAB team: Paloma Hernaiz and Jaime Oliver with Rebeca Lavín, Joana Aguilera, Rosa Fuentes, Amalia Stavropoulou, Nicola Kozhuharov, Stela Dineva
- Project Management: Paloma Hernaiz, Jaime Oliver (architects), Jorge Ramón (quantity surveyor)
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: Susanna Cots
In her new project, Sensory order, Susanna Cots breaks the taboos to create a space far from the conventional: a metaphor that goes from disorder to order through design, materials and a white and organic palette, the latter being the interior designer’s distinctive signature.
Minimally invasive design for a dental clinic
Interior designer Susanna Cots has been able to create an atmosphere of calm in a dental clinic by projecting a space in which the volumes, the sturdiness of solid wood and the unexpected presence of Nature in the form of vertical gardens, welcome patients to a world far from the traditional dentist.
Image Courtesy © Susanna Cots
- Architects: Susanna Cots
- Project: Sensory order
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Size: 200m2
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: Jaime Sepulcre Bernad
On a perfectly square diaphanous room -15 x 15 m- with four central pillars, the project proposes the structuring of the future clinic in three programmatic bands of very similar proportions:
The first band is the most public, which is accessed and basically contains the reception and a large waiting room. All this generous space of reception and waiting opens its views towards an outer square through the great circles that make up the facade. The reception, organized in a circular piece of furniture, becomes the centerpiece of this first space and from it is controlled its operation. After the reception, there is a small administration office and a small relaxation room.
Image Courtesy © David Frutos
- Architects: Jaime Sepulcre Bernad
- Project: DENTAL CLINIC DRA. CAMPOY
- Location: Murcia, España
- Photography: David Frutos
- Client: Dra. Manuela Campoy
- Constructor: Murciana de Reformas
- Built area: 225 m2
- Year Project: 2011
- Year Completion: 2012
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
Article source: TSC Architects
This building is located in Nishio-shi, Aichi where the taste of the castle town remains, Japan.
We provided the open space such as the park to the cityscape on planning a dental clinic on this ground and wanted to contribute to local people.
Image Courtesy © Masato Kawano(Nacasa ＆ Partners Inc.)
- Architects: TSC Architects (Yoshiaki Tanaka)
- Project: Castle town Orthodontic Bruno
- Location: Aichi, Japan
- Photography: Masato Kawano(Nacasa ＆ Partners Inc.)
- Site area: 674.15 sqm
- Built area: 240.58 sqm
- Total floor area: 259.05 sqm
- Completion: 2014