The new heart clinic, an otherwise unremarkable basement floor with light wells to let in daylight, now features attractive, exciting spaces, thanks to the architecture by Dost design GmbH, Schaffhausen.
The green of the Verticalis 2.0 is the central design element. In the corridor, the vibrant green spans four walls, harmonizes conceptually with the furniture and provides a striking focal point, a green work of art on the walls of the doctors’ offices and the waiting area in the reception.
The green element of the Verticalis big installation, consisting of four green walls, guides visitors down a long corridor to the treatment rooms. One of the walls can be completed folded up to enable the fire service to access the standpipes behind it.
The corridors are indirectly illuminated by the green of the plant walls. In addition to their aesthetic benefit, the green lungs also humidify the air and improve room acoustics.
Elina Heinvirta is all ears.