When you go to the doctor, or the dentist, you want the place to be safe, and that in the branch of health is transmitted by the cleaning taken to the extreme, the sterility of all the elements, including the design, something that the study of architecture Hago has more than achieved in this aseptic and futuristic dental clinic.
Since you enter through the door, you have the feeling that you have traveled in time, to a world in which microbes, bacteria and viruses no longer exist, or at least we live extremely protected from them. The large diffusedly lit white glass wall that receives the visitor undoubtedly has a great deal of responsibility.
That great wall, which involves the most private consultations, X-rays and laboratories, is what It acts as an articulating link for the entire clinic, around which circulations are organized.
As you can see in the images, white is the predominant color both in the floors, ceilings and walls and in the furniture, supported by abundant and well studied lighting. The fact that continuous materials have been chosen, or with almost imperceptible joints, is not anecdotal, since it reaffirms that idea of a perfect place where nothing can go wrong that the architects and owners wanted to convey.
The only area of the query left by white is the reception, where it has been chosen a beech wood that brings a warmth, but without giving up the enveloping and slightly curved shapes that go in that marked line of an idyllic future.
I have to confess that I am slightly disappointed that the Barcelona Chair has been chosen from Mies van der Rohe to decorate some areas of the waiting room. It is not that I do not like the armchair, which I love - like almost everything that this great German architect did - but it is such a manic resource, that it detracts. In addition, it conveys a somewhat disconcerting message: in the future a 1929 design is still used as a sign of modernity.
On the other side of the scale, I applaud the design of the waiting area banks. I am sure that the usual scouts of the Ikea catalog will have already recognized it, but for others, just make you notice that the chair without legs that rests on the wooden bench is a full-fledged tuning of the Tobias chair, which We see in its original state just in front.
After these two small paragraphs, I say goodbye but not before leaving you with a plan of the reform - when there is no plan, I always feel that I am missing something - and an extensive Image gallery courtesy of photographer Javier Callejas Sevilla. By the way, the clinic is in Malaga, in case you have any silly tooth and you want it removed in the future.