Japanese design designed dental clinic by architect Hironaka Ogawa
A grid uncompromising square rooms and courses makes this dental clinic in Gunma, Japan, which is designed by the architect Hironaka Ogawa. Exposure
Exceptional architectural element located in Japan
White facade facts Large white spaces A total of 510.97 square meters gives the building its rectangular plan. Entries each large square open spaces, where a stack of places is made, which can be used in various configurations with large windows. – Partitions between rooms 92.9 square meters are scattered around the building and are visible through the square windows that match the proportions of the inputs. The reception at the dental clinic "As I already had a practical and reasonable plan, I stumbled upon the ambiguous relationship between the internal and external conditions that produced a mysterious depth in space." Hironaka Ogawa said. "Diversity in the light and space was created inadvertently by 55 cells inside the structure." Zone area for patients waiting Three treatment rooms are in a row in the center of the grid, while the offices and waiting rooms are located along both sides. The flexibility of this provision is to ensure to add more treatment chambers at a later date. Minimalist interior design The roof of the collapsed building up towards one end to create a variety of ceiling heights. The skylights allow natural light illuminates everything inside "You can have different feelings in a room because of the differences in the heights of each cell, natural lighting and volume, see" added security measures architect. – Video Cameras A two-story building is also included in the building and is located below the top of the roof. The rooms are draped around an additional rectangular courtyard. For more photos of this project designer Hironaka Ogawa built his studio in 2005. His projects include a wedding chapel and a house in Gunma with trees inside Kagawa. Here is the complete description of the project by Hironaka Ogawa: Dental Clinic Chiyodanomori This is a dental clinic with a residential project. The conditions were: the hospital and to the house in a building to create three single treatment rooms and some rooms that are able to change in the future in the treatment rooms for the clinic, and the area scale treatment feelings of propagation available to provide, while maintaining privacy. The client wanted to have a beautiful view of the sky. In addition, you need extra holes to ensure adequate natural lighting conditions in the building; the region suffers from strong winter winds and is famous for the hottest temperature in Japan during the summer issue. First, I made a rule to create a cell 2.7mx 2.7m, which is necessary for individual treatments. I put the cells in the grid box in a wall and put a few meters to get the sunlight, as I thought about their relationship to each cell. In this way, fifty five cells were formed on the plane. Clinical and part of the house have ceiling heights, which were created by the sloping roof, and farms vary in "various depths and gradations of natural light. Therefore, there will be differences in the rooms. One can experience a variety of feelings in a room because of the differences in each cell height, natural light and volume. Although I Met a functional and rational plan, I stumbled upon the ambiguous relationship between the internal and external conditions, which produces a mysterious depth of the room. The diversity between the light and the space was created by inadvertent fifty five cells within the structure.