Many pharmacy designs can be described as stiff and sterile, but the designers of Lefteris Tsikandilakis had the chance to do something unique when developing a space for the Lydaki Nitsa Pharmacy in Heraklion, Greece.
The renovation took place in an old loft, which made it possible for the space to take on a while new set of characteristics to capitalize on the elements provided by the unconventional retail space. The space is organized so that there is a section at the front of the store that promotes products, while the back is reserved for the laboratory where prescriptions are prepared.
The tall stairs, high ceilings and large ceiling spaces are emphasized with lit panels in geometric shapes to make the experience of being in the pharmacy feel novel.
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