Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
The entry door was moved from the side to the front of the building to face the street. This made the surgery more inviting and noticeable.
Five consultation rooms were placed around the central garden to give patients a calming, peaceful atmosphere.
A separate children's waiting room away from the adult waiting room was created for children to watch T.V and play computer games.
The reception area was relocated from the center right to the center left of the surgery in between the adult and the children's waiting rooms. A large window opposite the reception would provide plenty of natural light and again a view of the garden.
The restrooms were enlarged and modified to meet accessibility needs for disabled people.
A curved ceiling element running through the length of the surgery was introduced to define areas and circulation paths.
Monday, September 14, 2009
The owner's original drawings for the building showing survey dimensions. (Owner's drawings do not match existing conditions)
Pre-design bubble drawing showing early space planning.
With the programming information and the bubble drawing we could see how all the spaces could fit together with the existing building.
CONima Architects was recently contracted to remodel an existing building and transform it into a dental office.
A view of the dated existing bathroom.