Skin clinic is not the subject of Mur Mur Lab ‘s expertise: focusing more on indoor furnishings than space itself; the distance between functional routines and poetry… are design challenges. With a common hope for future store uncertainty, we accept the commission.
One office and several consultation rooms are almost full of this 100 square meter space. How can all the functions be properly laid out in a small but highly impressive space?
Mur Mur designed a long circulation.The light was filtered, illuminating the beginning of the space; Quickly entering into the narrow channel, from here it organized the necessary functions of the clinic : reception, healing, showering.
The space by the window is comfortable and stay-able; reception is core and private; the clinic is routine… The function is separated by the wall, and because the eaves are extended.
In this long sequence, light is the most important guide. Bathed in light, is the beginning. The shadow , let a person calm; Bright and soft room and an unexpected end.
Light and shadow together shape different texture in the space and atmosphere.
It was fun everyday.
The skin is the most sensitive epidermis of the body. The refraction of the facade is appropriately set up at a level of routine and non-routine intervals.
Daily is that you can in a very comfortable state into this space, you will be curious about the shadow of refraction.,you will be attracted by the interesting hole on the wall, you’ll be stop by a shower hair… Under all the daily will have some special things happen, this is Mur Mur curiosity.
On top of the daily background is this long eaves, is this layer over the roof.
Germ is the essence of things, and this is the architectural ontology that Mur Mur has always emphasized, and it is more like a seed.
“Modern architecture is a kind of new architecture style, also created a new and different ways of talking about architecture.” Following the description of modernity, we imagine using the future as a background to create a way that the public can accept and imagine.
In Mur Mur Lab’s series of narrative spaces, we believe that good architecture can be written.
Here, it’s like a candy.