When we were approached for the interior design of the lobby of the medical laboratory, we were restricted so that we could not make fundamental changes in the placement of the spaces. The space consisted of a relatively long entrance corridor, a blood sampling space that was separated from the lobby by a partition, and a secretary's desk, and all these spaces must have remained in the same place as they were.
Since the client wanted to start the renovation process without any downtime in the project, it was possible to execute it only on holidays. And this doubled the design challenge: we had to think about the construction process while designing In addition, we also point out the impossibility of moving air conditioners, heaters, and blood sampling room.
At first, space geometry was redefined. Due to the small area and the maximum need for waiting space for laboratory clients, benches were placed all around the space. The desk was placed in the center of the interior. To maximize the connection between the entryway and that desk, we integrated the entryway with that desk by using color and contrast.
Since the size and geometry of the interior space did not allow the placement of a wall to separate the sampling space from the waiting room, this was done using a partition. A partition whose height does not reach the ceiling.
Finally, what we reached was to be able to distinguish the entrance and reception space (secretary's desk) from other treatment spaces. And define all this collection as a single object.