The proposal reacted to a very complex site. The space was too deep, originally not well illuminated, too narrow, diagonal… The project began with a socio-political negotiation with the neighbors, in order to get the right to use the backyard.
Once this goal was achieved, the layout crystallized one of the sides of the room, in order to organize the great amount of irregularities that this wall presented: pillars, corners, existing installations.
Thus, the introduced angular piece of furniture enabled an organizing element, able to give coherence to the space and to regularize all the interferences of that side.
The interior space is developed as if it were a street, in which the privacy filters appear almost imperceptively, from the public space, up to the medical areas. A series of wider spaces enables the waiting rooms, the hall and even the last dental cabinet.
The promenade ends up with the view of the tropical garden, which takes advantage of the deep condition of the yard and its indirect sun-lighting to generate a micro-clima.
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Location: Spain, Seville, Calle Adriano, 28, 41001 Sevilla
Colaborators : Lola Viega, Daniel Leiva, Javier Romero