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D-Vision Dental Clinic Interiors with Graffiti Wall by A1Architects

In general, the atmosphere inside the health care centres are often created a cold and stressful environment, but it’s different when you are inside the D.Vision Dental Clinic in Prague. A new space for Dental Clinic D.VISION was opened after refurbishing ground floor at 19th century apartement house by Czech studio A1 Architects. Lenka Kremenova and David Mastalka have created the space harmony by perfect interaction between a pleasant character of natural material and perfectness of white colour. They designed the Rounded wall with oak veneer as the central motif which links the space of three treatment rooms and waiting area. And the special colaboration with Alexey Klyuykov and Vít Svoboda of CAP have resulted the amazing wall graffiti which illustrated the teeth, animals and plants to create a pleasant environment. The drawings are begun from outside of the clinic and continue through the waiting area and into the treatment rooms. The oak wall inside the treatment rooms and the surgeries was arranged together with light glass mosaic tiling brings calm environment for precise and concentrated dentist´s work. The interior is lit by series of round ceiling lights, which freely flow all around the space.

D-Vision Dental Clinic Interiors with Graffiti Wall
D-Vision Dental Clinic Interiors with Graffiti Wall by A1Architects

Rounded walls covered in oak veneer
Rounded walls covered in oak veneer of D-Vision Dental Clinic Interiors by A1Architects

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Posted by on January 27th, 2011 No Comments