Reichenlich Interior Design
Green Moving Rhythms
Taipei City, Taiwan
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Breaking away from the typical layout for a rehabilitation centre is the most distinct feature of this project, which concerned the planning and design of a medical care space at a rehabilitation clinic. With the space on the first floor at only around 50 square metres, the designer used mostly clear glass to partitions the space in order to enhance visual penetrability. With respect to spatial layout, a small-scale yoga/exercise classroom and a VIP massage room have been created in addition to conventional reception desk, waiting area, and consulting room. A therapeutic treatment space is on the second floor. Rehabilitation clinics are usually equipped with a therapeutic treatment space for medical rehabilitation, but this project has brought sports rehabilitation facilities into the treatment space.
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