Required was an efficient practical procedure, a clear spatial structure and a high degree of functionality. The interior design is based on a room-in-room concept. The core zone of the practice is formed by two room cubes. One serves as a support for the reception and contains the modern practice laboratory. The second, self-contained central body contains a pharmacy, ultrasound and digital X-ray. They used only a few materials to get the harmonious result. The linoleum floor covering with interspersed cocoa bean shells gives Marmoleum Cocoa a discreet structure. The warm, light brown shade runs through the entire practice. The overall concept is rounded off by exposed concrete elements, white walls, light-coloured wooden elements in combination with the warm-toned linoleum floor covering.
|Building contractor||MediX Zürich AG, Zürich|
|Date of completion||September 2017|
|Installation||Lenzlinger Söhne AG, Nänikon|
|Photographer||Adrian Streuli, St. Gallen|