SUNG’S DENTAL CLINIC

Wooden office: functionality and authenticity Curitiba / Brazil / 2019

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Alternating wooden panels with translucent glass sheets, the design of this dental clinic scapes the medical facility stereotype. Curitiba’s architecture office MOCA chose wood as the major player material, offering a warm and cozy aesthetic to an environment that is usually depicted by cold colors and materials. The inspiration came directly from the oriental Wabisabi concept, an aesthetic approach that seeks to enhance the surroundings with authenticity and modesty.

Seeking that visual modesty, the architects Ana Sikorski and Katia Azevedo brought a minimalist identity to the environment through elements in the landscaping, futon bench in the reception and translucent glass panels as a reference to the oriental rice papers, that not only refers to the identity of the owners (of Korean origin), as well as to the values ​​of discipline, seriousness and commitment.

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    Alternating wooden panels with translucent glass sheets, the design of this dental clinic scapes the medical facility stereotype. Curitiba’s architecture office MOCA chose wood as the major player material, offering a warm and cozy aesthetic to an environment that is usually depicted by cold colors and materials. The inspiration came directly from the oriental Wabisabi concept, an aesthetic approach that seeks to enhance the surroundings with authenticity and modesty. Seeking that visual...

    Project details
    • Year 2019
    • Work started in 2019
    • Work finished in 2019
    • Client Sung and Monica Kim
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Hospitals, private clinics / Interior Design
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