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mab architects | Embryocare Clinic

Interiors mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

mab architecture | Embryocare ClinicA gynecological clinic specialized in assisted reproduction required new premises. They acquired a 140sqm flat in downtown Athens, in an area where most of the apartments have  already been converted into offices, health centers and similar programs. The entire flat was gutted including all installations. The concept was to provide cool but friendly clinical environment for doctors and their patients.

mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

© George Pahountis

mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

© George Pahountis

mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

© George Pahountis

The predominant color is white with just few sculptural pieces of furniture in “summer-sky” blue. The choice of materials with cellular structures is a reference to the nature of the work performed in this surgery. Partitions and wall claddings are made of special translucent sandwich panels, made of two sheets of Perspex and the in-between gap, which is filled with plastic straws of different diameters.

mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

© George Pahountis

mab architecture | Embryocare Clinic

© George Pahountis

The material provides extraordinary effects and changes translucency depending on the viewpoint. White round mosaic tiling is covering all floors and occasionally the same surface splashes also over walls. Glossy white plaster ceiling is randomly pierced by seemingly floating circles of light or circular air vents. All furniture and fittings were carefully chosen to enhance the overall appearance. The end user – gynecologists and their patients are happy with the result and hopefully the new serene environment will assist more women in conceiving a baby.

Location: Athens, Greece
Architects: mab architects | Franky Antimisiaris, Branko M. Berlic
Project name: Embryocare Clinic
Contractor: Antonis Dounoukos
Photograph: George Pahountis
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