Entering the clinic, customers‟ eyes are overwhelmed by tone & form of the ribbon like wall. It claims its beauty as refined as other retail spaces, but it bound its concept of planning to establish a long, continuous, ribbon-like wall that made its way through and divide into two main spaces - the clinic and a shop. Mies van der Rohe‟s “Less is More” and Louis Sullivan‟s “Form Follows Function”. KEETMEER Veterinary Surgical Center reminds of sayings which have showed the principal of modern design. It established influential beauty of accomplishment for functions and systems with the trust that there are more stories in simpleness.
By selecting a simple material palette and shades of black and white, Royal Blue, and Terracotta Red, the space is made to feel energetic and playful. At the same time, changes in color provide visual interest throughout the hospital. The existing rough concrete ceiling was exposed and painted white where the pets would be treated, whereas the other areas were left black to justify the functionality of the space. For the flooring, pine wood finished vinyl was chosen to meet the safety requirements of the pets and to foreground the lighter elements in the space. The Milky PU white materials were used in the reception desk and seating elements, as well as the doctor's table. We came up with a brilliant contrast here—the right side of the entry doors is a terracotta red ribbon wall, whereas the left side is an infectious room painted in Royal Blue, which merges with the exterior of the project.