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An old dentist’s practice was completely stripped back to make it into a GP group practice with four consulting rooms. I convinced the client to make the central reception and waiting area into a big open space. Patient feedback has been very positive. For privacy reasons, the space was designed in such a way that consulting access doors do not open straight onto the waiting area. Acoustic doors, cork floors, partly wooden ceilings, double flux ventilation and AC, discreet but functional lighting, and stand-up tables for those who want to work on their laptop whilst waiting to be seen.
A medium-sized European interest grouping needed new offices in Brussels. A 1960s space was redesigned to include small meeting pods for video-conferencing, a large meeting room, and two work areas each for eight to ten people. The central space has a stand-up work space and a sofa to relax. The colour scheme was based on the office chairs the client already had.