New York, NY
Overview- Part of a larger renovation project at the Kriser Dental School at New York University, this project required a program that combines clinical and office facilities which feature new technol¬ogy and methods for dental prevention and treatment. The program includes a lobby, reception and waiting rooms, of¬fices, operatory rooms, patient rooms, nurse stations, break rooms, conference room, laboratories and common dental stations. All fixed and movable furniture in the public areas were custom-built, creating design continuity from the interior architecture to the furniture.
The design is based on a simple geometry for the schematic plan but introduced a system of staggered planes in the walls and ceilings. This staggered shift provides a clean medium for revealing spaces and details.
Location: New York, NY, US
My Role: Architect & Interior Designer