The dentistry of the new generation is a space where the client feels relaxed, receives high-quality treatment and cosmetic procedures without being distracted by the sterile interior. The studio's customer is a highly qualified dentist who decided to open his clinic and turned to the studio, searching for original and laconic solutions that could distinguish his clinic from others.
Situated on a single expansive floor spanning 330 square meters, this clinic boasts a thoughtful layout encompassing a welcoming reception area, a comfortable waiting room, a laboratory, five well-appointed offices, a sophisticated conference room, a dental imaging area, a stylish bar, a staff lounge, and modern bathroom facilities. The studio architects completely redeveloped the premises, not only aligning with the client’s specifications for the number of offices and equipment placement but also following to the sanitary standards of Miami.
While it’s commonly thought that a gray color scheme lacks vibrancy and memorability, the client specifically desired a variety of gray tones for Kliniko. In response, the designers embraced this preference by skillfully blending warm and cool shades of gray along with natural materials featuring unique textures. Additionally, the design incorporated elements like corrugated glass, gleaming polished stainless steel, subtly cracked plaster, and raw gabbro-grained stone. This combination culminated in the creation of a distinctive and modern style for the clinic interior.
At the clinic entrance, there is a registration desk accompanied by an art installation showcasing metal toothbrushes — a creative piece crafted exclusively based on the sketches by YODEZEEN designers. The reception area, crafted for visitor registration and inquiries, is segmented displaying a fusion of chipped stone and a glass enclosure. Responsive RGB lighting, adapting its color to set the mood, highlights the shapes of both the counter and the wall behind the reception area.
The conference room has a Lago table for six, Roche Bobois chairs, and the same lights as in the reception area, which changes color depending on the wishes of those who enter. As for the rooms for receiving patients, the designers made them all in the same minimalist style from plaster and stainless steel to accompany the expensive medical equipment.
The laboratory walls are completely transparent so visitors can observe the process. The design concept of this space is unusual due to the ceiling and partitions made of thin stainless steel strips, which duplicate each other. There is nothing superfluous in the laboratory: only four tables with medical equipment and a painting by the Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk, perfectly matching the interior. And lastly, next to the laboratory, there is an X-ray area, where patients are separated from the doctor by a screen made of thick corrugated glass.