Saluja Skin Clinic | The Design Code | Bilaspur
The power of community that cures health is far greater than anybody else and to create an environment of positivity, calmness, and a sense of recovery is a task, but The Design Code has an eye of aptness. Saluja Skin Clinic in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh constructed over 5000 sq. ft had a strong head for the amalgamation of simplicity and appeal together creating an atmosphere of free flow. Harshit Gandhi & Chayan Bhanushali (Principle interior designers of Design Code) brought the concept of the modern zen interior design into the light to bring a sense of self-awareness and peace to the patients visiting the clinic.
The outline feature is overall based on the philosophy of Zen Interior design. The attributes include a neutral color palette, simplistic patterns, minimalist furniture, patterns of lights, and space creating an environment of relaxation, peace, and a sanctum of health. The pattern of natural light in building design brings a soothing environment to the clinic, to eventually aim for calming the revoking nerves of the patients. A choice of near-monastic rejection of clutter simplified the highlight of the philosophy of minimalism, shimmering the concept of the Zen interior design.
Good designers always bring intelligence to visibility. Design Code’s conception of Modern Zen for Saluja Skin Clinic sets a perfect example for it. A distinctive skin and hair clinic is unique in its aura because of the aesthetic interior use of the space, keeping the color palette neutral yet complementing. It has created an intensely personal space – a way of life at Saluja Skin Clinic. It speaks of contemplating, visually balanced, and appealing presence with a flow of positive energy.
The minimal wooden furniture at the reception with greenery in the surrounding underscores an inserting of life and liveliness in the clinic and reinforces the connection to nature, a sense of lightness, coziness, and safety. The wooden patterns on the ceiling and the walls bring an edge to the minimalistic and creative interior design approach as nature has its kingfishers and pomegranates, so a touch of natural colors in the surrounding won’t be an understatement. The induced of natural products like wood and stone brings nature into the space, creating texture, interest, and warmth.
The challenge of accommodating all the procedure rooms, machinery, services, and facilities under 5000 sq. ft was a bummer. The interior designing theory was around the enlightenment through the play of lights, relying on the combination of daylight, and artificial light invited to create an ambiance rather than an illumination. The best natural and neutral color palette complimented the lighting of the clinic creating the most harmonious demands of the space.
The color palette was chosen for the clinic motifs the very core of Zen minimal interior design decor that insights tranquility rather than specific features. To enhance the style’s sense, Harshit & Chayana (the principal interior designers of Design Code) recommended natural hues in the softest tones, like white, and shades of beige. As for accents they revolved around the placid and harmony with a mixture of interdependence with the textures salvaged. The modern interior design features bring balance and clean lines restraining the sanctuary of stresses and strains of life in the outside world or inside a human.
The client wanted the clinic to be simple and minimal with the finest details enhancing the ambiance of the space. He wanted the environment to be free-flowing so that the patients do feel a positive energy that might cure them halfway. Also, they were persistent about the aesthetic usage of the space with keeping intact the true motive of the clinic. The goal was to maintain the room feeling open, with each person having their own space for work without being engulfed in it.
Storage was another concern for the clinic to suffice the machinery and the equipment for treatment in the clinic. Just because the Zen philosophy includes minimalism, you don’t have to be a monk in terms of storage. Enough cabinets were prompted to fulfill the need for storage without jeopardizing the theme and the content of the Zen interior on a budget. The cabinets are treen with a collection of displays and commodes. Space and balance are important for commercial interior design and especially in hospital interior design, hence every wall doesn’t have to be filled or every corner doesn’t have to speak volumes. The neatness of the project was well prioritized while designing to make the rooms more spacious and relaxed. The spaces were well versed with ornamentation and needful documentation that tempted a pop of definition.
The projectile of the clinic interior design space included designing 2 floors with several procedure rooms for hair, skin, and nails, a lobby, two receptions (one on each floor), a waiting area, a minor OT room, and a pantry area, and staff seating area. Creating a versatility in design without compromising the theme of the interior designing project was a tough nut to crack but it was beautifully demonstrated by Design Code, appearing to be appealing and desired. The ultimate output of the warm natural interior design done by the designers manifested a tranquilizing space with a hostage of soberness for the patients to truly heal themselves.
Project Name : Saluja Skin Clinic
Design Firm : The Design Code
Principal Designers : Harshit Gandhi & Chayan Bhanushali
Project Type: Commercial Interior Design
Project Location : Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
Year Built : 2022
Project Size : 5,000 Sq.Ft
Photography Credits: Ishan Gupta