a clinic that resembles a house
It is claimed that about a person in 4 persons are frightened to stop by the dentist sterile rooms, muted hues, vivid lights, and the familiar Tv monitor on the ceiling to distract patients. Tetsuo Yamaji Architects aimed to style and design a dental clinic that follows the requirements of these spaces but also exudes a serene, residential-like comfort and ease. Found in Kagawa Prefecture, in Japan, Utazu Clinic stands out from the bordering common countrywide chain retailers with its angular silhouette. With Mt. Aonoyama as a backdrop, the construction provides by itself proudly with distinct geometries, mimicking the existence of a household clad in white. The structure crew sought to type a welcoming enviroment that reminds us of almost everything but a clinic. An considerable angular opening that follows the contour of the making presents a glimpse of the outstanding wood interior with a permeable character that runs through the project.
all visuals by Kenta Hasegawa
a calming but expert enviroment
For the clinic project, Tetsuo Yamaji Architects did not limit on their own to regular solutions but supplied an out-of-the-box proposal. ‘I would be happy if the patient who came for dental procedure have been as relaxed and cozy as probable,’ shares the group. The plan accommodates a floor floor and a mezzanine, keeping a visual link concerning them. A higher ceiling is obtained by a skeleton that makes use of wooden diagonal stilts and a sequence of wooden beams that help the roof at a slope of 45 levels. The evaluation area characteristics broad openings that empower the people on the dental chairs to gaze outwards. A white corrugated wall makes sure their privateness from passers-by but continue to allows sunlight appear in.
this dental clinic resembles a residential construction
the extensive opening unveils component of the impressive wood inside
the considerable windows in entrance of the dental chairs motivate the sufferers to look out