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BLANK SPACE CLINIC

  • Square

    98.2 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Olga Litvinova

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, Parfenovskaya Str.

  • Type:

    dental clinic

  • Design:

    2020

  • Construction:

    2021

  • 3D-visual

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

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дизайн ресепшн стоматологической клиники
  • Square

    98.2 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Olga Litvinova

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, Parfenovskaya Str.

  • Type:

    dental clinic

  • Design:

    2020

  • Construction:

    2021

  • 3D-visual

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

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The client came to our studio to design the interior of a dental clinic.

It is a small clinic, perhaps the smallest in all the time of our practice.
Therefore, all decisions were aimed at maintaining a sense of airiness in a small volume and working with textures, color and lighting. For the backgrounds, we chose a shade of off-white, close to pure white. For the accent sections of the walls, the panels were milled in the same shade with a rhythmic pattern. Only the openings leading to the different functional areas were highlighted by framing in acrylic stone of a darker shade.

The lighting scenarios for the interior of this clinic are on two levels: ceiling and wall-mounted types of lighting. For the ceiling solutions, we used track lighting fixtures of various shapes, with fill and directional light sources from centrsvet. For the wall solutions, we used plaster fixtures imitating the bent plane of a part of the wall.

Filling the corridors and waiting area with diffused light, we achieved this with ceiling panels filled with fine grid and linear downlights with diffusion profiles behind them.

In this interior, we also paid special attention to creating an abutting junction.
For the floor-wall junction we used a hidden skirting board, and for the ceiling junction we used a special aluminum profile to get a "shadow gap".
And if we talk about style in general, we would describe it as minimalism, which we defined by the use of a minimum of expressive means.