Wood, concrete and bricks are the main elements used in its unique interior design. Its beating heart is the reception area, where the counter is constructed from light wood and anthracite-coloured concrete, drawing on the unique feeling associated with natural elements.
The warm LEDs, integrated between the wood panels, give an aura of lightness and allow the counter to ‘float’ in space. Above the counter hang concrete-and-copper lamps made by Dr. Shafé’s friend. These are often the object of curious looks from both patients and passers-by.
In the waiting area, patients are welcomed with minimalist furniture and birch tree barks serving as coat hangers. Everything is understated, harmonious and tasteful.
I really want to have a good connection with my patients and make sure that they can talk to me about anything at any point. XO units are a great tool, allowing me to freely work solo and really concentrate on the patients, not on operating the equipment itself.
When the patients come to the treatment room they are given the possibility of choosing their own music – this simple option supports the overall home-like atmosphere of the clinic and releases some of the tension.