Patients visiting a therapy centre are typically both children and adults. The chosen brief was to create an inviting, comfortable, and secure atmosphere for all clients.
Each of the 6 therapy rooms showcased an individual feature wall made from acoustic Styrofoam panels glued in various geometric patterns and were painted in its own unique and dusty pastel colour. The Styrofoam was chosen for its acoustic qualities, important for the sound therapy used in daily treatment. The warm and cheerful colours were chosen to make clients feel comfortable, confident, and creative within the space.
Although the clubroom a.k.a staff room was small and narrow, it got dramatically transferred into arguably the coolest room of the centre. Looking like a cool café, the colour pallet was very monochromatic, and the high table and bar stools were framed with an oversized hanging lamp.
Even though the centre is a rented premise, new Dry walls were introduced, the flooring was replaced, new ceiling lights strategically placed to highlight the feature walls, and not to mention the colour scheme and selection of all furniture.
This project was a co-operation project with Wagner Design Studio www.wagnerdesignstudio.de and all office furniture was selected from Wagner Living www.wagner-living.de