Monday, October 26, 2009

GKK Dental Ambulatory by Xarchitecten


Xarchitecten of Linz and Vienna, Austria, have completed a dental clinic that is based on an illustration of a set of teeth.


The GKK Dental Ambulatory, for the Upper Austrian regional health insurance company, is predominantly white with touches of mint-green, representing both the client’s corporate colours and a fresh, toothpaste-y vibe.


The clinic also has a curved reception area representing a throat, and a red seating area suggesting a tongue.


Xarchitecten’s five partners are David Birgmann, Bettina Brunner, Rainer Kasik, Max Nirnberger, Lorenz Prommegger. They collaborated on this project with Anna Moser.


More Dezeen stories about Xarchitecten:

Folded house
Salon Mittermeier
Mayrhofer jewellery store


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