What was your first step to create this room?
When I approach any project I ask myself some useful questions to draw a line that, starting from my client and through my design, it goes to those who are the recipients of my work: the public.
There were other news in addition to the first visit room. How did you combine different works?
The extension project was based on a series of important starting points: her practice has a strong impact of interior design characterized by a balance between minimal aesthetics and total functionality connected to spaces and accessories.
Most of them, made by an excellence such as Dental Art, perform a double and relevant function: providing the best solution of space optimization and workflow to the staff and, at the same time, giving a strong connotation of design and quality to the entire room.
About colours, the practice already had its own tone: a vibrant point of cedar which evokes the medical field with a verve in line with my client.
My first contribution, on which all subsequent choices in terms of design and communication were based then, concerned the combination of a second colour with the original set: a particular teal tone declined in two different gradients to exalt and enhance the original cedar/neutral white combination.
Were all spaces involved from this new colour combination?
Exactly, even new service areas such as hallways and waiting corner for patients have been decorated with this palette and each tone has been combined to exalt, all shapes expected from the original architectural project, which was enriched by artworks to increase the pleasure of those who live these spaces.
Let’s get to the heart, how was the first visit room built?
If service areas introduce, it’s Room #5, the room of the first visit, which represents the point of arrival of what is requested by my client: a wide lighted room whose power is its balance, a large glass window to create further depth, irregular walls with moldings and elements that redesign corners by the contrast between cedar and teal. A design remarked by the accessories made by Dental Art: Fringe, the furniture with a modern and light style and Luna e l’Altro, two specific and original dispensers.