Inspired by the human body’s muscle tissue Gnädinger Architekten designed this new six-story building where the curved shapes are the protagonists. This is a small building, 2200 square meters. The building is presented as a bold and risky proposition in an environment with an abundance of buildings made of glass and stone. The facade is made of glass and aluminum, with these materials and 3D design architects have been able to give the clinic a great expressiveness. In addition the front ensures maximum use of sunlight.
The interior is no less surprising, all the plants revolve around a central core where we find a spiral staircase without any support, this core home building services. This central core is distinguished from the rest and the plant for glass panels in contrasting colors with the white mainstream. The interior has been designed in a minimalist approach, most of the furniture is white, contrasting with the natural stone floor and gray carpet.