A minimalist clinic design by Susanna Cots
Barcelona-based interior design studio, Susanna Cotts, has designed the Assisted Reproduction Clinic project. Completed in 2013, the minimalist designed clinic is located in Barcelona, Spain.
On entrance to the clinic clients will first notice two large oak trees. The tree is a synonym of life and the colour white is at the core of the design concept of this Spanish clinic.
The strength that the concept of the roots gives off, holds on to clients from the entrance thanks to a studied lighting and distribution. Susanna Cots makes family values tangible through design.
According to the interior designer: “We have designed a space with the aim of connectiing through sensitivity and emotions. In the project, the materialisation of this bond to life is very visual. On one hand, the reception come waiting room has been created as one piece so that clients feel accompanied all the time. On the other, the corridor that connects this area with the consulting rooms has been projected as a great wooden cube slightly illuminated – again, looking for the roots in nature that symbolizes the transition to life.
“The owners of the minimalist clinic wanted to escape the usual ‘cold feeling’ of clinics. The differentiation had to be materialised both through the experience of the client and interior design. Susanna Cots has achieved a warm space where families are included in the whole process, highlighting, at the same time, minimal and professional design.
“The emblem colour of our study acquires even more relevance in this project, being the colour that ties us to life and purity. The clinic’s minimal design has been worked in a way to warmly welcome the new families that are being born.”
Images courtesy of Susanna Cots
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