January 29, 2021
by Capitol Dentistry
Capitol Dentistry is located in the hustle and bustle of pedestrian traffic of the Yonge and Eglinton area in Toronto. The design of the office was meant to present a strong visual for the passersby to look in, be intrigued by and remember the practice name and location. As this area has a lot of professionals moving in, especially with all the condo development, this office can cater to them with nine operatories, including a surgical suite with recovery area.
There were challenges with an older building, having to maintain access to the basement staff area. Stairs were flipped and reconfigured to make it work. Upon entering the office, there is a dual purpose sculptural walnut custom bench running the length of the waiting area, providing ample seating, and hiding a hallway to the basement staff area.
Located adjacent to the waiting area is the consultation room, enclosed in glass with privacy film and the logo cut out of the film.
Lighting was a key component offering different light types and effects. Oomph worked with dentalcorp’s Real Estate team to design a space featuring unique, custom design elements as well as an integrated signage program. All signage elements were incorporated to define the office and to communicate to patients.
Operatories are equipped with custom-designed and built cabinets in a light, off white, minimalist palette with light grey porcelain tiles, off white linear wall covering and walnut-framed door openings. Further within the space is the main hallway with all the operatories. One of the two surgical suites bumps out into the hallway to break up the long hallway view.
Interior Design & Signage: oomph design inc., @oomph_design
Construction: PM Innovations
Millwork: CCW Architectural Millwork Casework
Photography: oomph design inc.
Dental Supplier: Henry Schein
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