The architectural proposal begins through the use and adaptation to the pre-existing architectural elements. Starting from the definition of the three sectors - support, reception and service – then the insertion of the proposal, in order to create harmony and integration between spaces. The identification of the support’s volume is done through a panel that camouflages the passageways and acts as an articulating element between the reception and service areas; it is composed in its entirety by white color, neutral, and handles evidenced through the green, color that is used in all rooms. To provide privacy to the attendance and allow the entrance of companions, a translucent partition was placed, which through its materiality alerts someone’s approach to this barrier and guarantees diffuse natural lighting at the reception. The large passageway allows the entry of wheelchair integration between areas. The reception area has the space sectorization defined by the furniture and few elements of decoration, making the space minimalist, sober and facilitating reverberation, characteristics that together instruct the need for silence while waiting the patient. In the service area, between the residual spaces of the structure and the panel, a bookshelf with an apparent library was used, alluding to the attendant’s wide study and specialization. The other elements - rug, couch, tables and curtain - were carefully chosen with finishes and textures that would bring the feeling of coziness to the patient, as if he were in his own home. The structural elements of the building were evidenced through its original texture, subsidizing a subsequent chromatic chord of dark wood, beige, black and green. The result of this set of interventions is a wide, flexible, cozy, airy and bright service room.