Pulmonary practice operating license issuance in Aigaleo, Egaleo, Attiki, Greece
Architectural Representation, Design, Construction, & Supervision
Securing an operating license for a professional space can be a complex process, especially when it involves a medical practice. Meeting a wide range of specifications is essential for success. In 2013-2014, our architectural firm was tasked with obtaining a license for a pulmonology medical practice in the Aigaleo area. We provided a comprehensive service that included architectural design, interior space configuration, and construction supervision of the medical practice.
Our team carefully examined the regulatory framework for the license and integrated these requirements into the design of the medical practice space. The result was an innovative design that effectively met all necessary regulations. We took pride in creating a space that was both functional and aesthetically pleasing, providing a comfortable and professional environment for patients and staff alike.
The requirement to accommodate two pulmonologists in the pulmonary practice gave rise to the need for two offices, examination rooms, and waiting spaces. Consequently, the medical practice renovation design featured a central "bubble” in the space that was inspired by the mirrored arrangement of the lungs and the fluidity that characterizes air flow. This central functional "bubble” contains the reception desk, two examination rooms, a central examination area, and two additional auxiliary spaces. The two doctors’ offices and their corresponding waiting areas were placed around this central area.
The renovation design of the medical practice is marked by its heightened functionality, allowing for effortless access to every point, and effortless isolation of each space. The aesthetic design utilizes white surfaces and marble to evoke a sense of cleanliness in a sterilized medical environment. Additionally, artistic depictions of lungs adorn the walls in a strategic gradient, with the darkest depictions at the entrance, and the most colorful and pleasant ones as the patient approaches the pulmonologists’ offices.
After overseeing the construction work and ensuring that all necessary quality, safety, and hygiene standards were met, we prepared and successfully submitted the required documentation to obtain the operating license for the pulmonary practice.