CONTRAST Zahnarztpraxis

Vienna
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Photo © pichler.architekt[en]
Photo © pichler.architekt[en]
Photo © pichler.architekt[en]
Photo © pichler.architekt[en]
Photo © pichler.architekt[en]
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Architects
pichler.architekt[en]
Location
Vienna
Year
2007

An elongated reception and waiting area is structured by clear, cubic fitted elements
including service facilitys made of cherry wood. The warm, reddish hue of the timber
creates a spacial atmosphere that dispels the initial fear of patients. In the waiting
area, patients can relax in the comfortable cream-coloured armchairs. The fitted
furniture hides the side rooms and technical equipment. The pure white of the practice rooms constitutes a strong contrast to the comfort and emotional warmth of the waiting area. With clear functional divisions, the practice rooms are stacked next to each other. Large windows provide an extensive view of the cityscape.

Probably none of foot treading light and casual way to the dentist. In most cases,
this visit is a rather unpleasant thing. Upon entering hesitant step practice, is an immediate a state of balance and peace. An elongated reception and waiting area is
structured by clear, cubic space installations in Elsberry. The warm, reddish tone of
the wood creates atmosphere, claimed all the senses and makes you forget the fear
of the unknown. Immediately you feel comfortable, and takes in the comfortable leather chair.

In contrast to the emotional warmth and coziness of the waiting area is the pure white
of the ordinations. Physically, white is the sum of all colours, it is the perfect colour.
Everything should be hygienic is white, cleanliness is thus easy to control. Clearly
separated from the functional treatment rooms lined in a row. The window frame as
a single image carrier generous excerpts of the urban landscape. Only in oral hygiene
is a full-scale mural of the world’s rich and famous.

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