The project for the new Clínica Alejandría transforms a large abandoned space into an oasis for personalized aesthetic and dermatological care
The entrance and reception area take in the natural light and vegetation of the central patio. The medicine and education programs are separated in two levels. Reception and boxes for patients are downstairs, and training facilities are upstairs. Hypatia, a double-height main space, connects the floors.
Neutral tones of clay mortar and walnut wood helps to form spaces where clear-cut shapes and rounded geometries – including semicircular arches connecting different spaces – results in a special, comfortable atmosphere that prioritizes the user’s experience of personalized attention.