Dental Office by Estudio Arquitectura Hago Makes Dental Trips Easy

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 17, 2012 • References: estudiohago & designboom
This dualistic dental office by Madrid-based Estudio Arquitectura Hago can easily be mistaken for a secret extra-terrestrial lab.

A double facade of clean crisp white juxtaposes the soft and cozy wood plastered waiting area; its curved wood partition offers a completely different aesthetic pleasure. The simplistic design pops as the contrasting rooms is a striking element. On one side is the dental space and offices, while the other is a public area, both separated by a translucent glass wall.

Natural lighting illuminates the wooden patient rooms while design lighting offers a futuristic appeal to the office spaces. The use of different flooring material only enhances the two contrasting spaces with each room, offering a drastic separation.

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