Studio Fragment explain that originally the site presented as an empty square. Their design aimed to differentiate areas from one another, creating a hierarchy of spatial conditions through different light qualities, and a shift in scale and material palette.
Upon entering, customers are met with a light welcoming space, with
Customers are then ushered into a long corridor where space begins to contract, marking a transition into a different zone. This zone feels much more like a dining room, a beautiful round table ensuring visions of clinical waiting rooms become a distant memory. Timber wraps the room, coating the ceiling, the walls, and an inbuilt open bookshelf. A stone sink sits semi-concealed behind mesh screens. A series of round mirrors poke their heads through the stone creating a quiet private moment within the open space.
Treatment rooms feel much more intimate than the rest of the scheme. Timber again coats the interior, however controlled dimmed lighting creates a deeper, darker finish that marks guest’s movement into a private zone. Soft white curtains break up the dominating timber, offering a moment of lightness within the darkroom.
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