Pharmacy Bad Hall

Pharmacy Bad Hall

Architect
[tp3] architekten
Location
Austria
Project Year
2016
Category
Shops
Mark Sengstbratl

Pharmacy Bad Hall

[tp3] architekten as Architects

The design for this pharmacy is based on the idea to make the individual functional areas visible on the facade. The result is a tough, cubic building as a solitaire within the existing shopping center. The staggering of the structure is a result of the inner spatial and functional flows. Thus, the entrance area and the open and glazed salesroom as well as the other rooms (adjoining and ordination rooms on the upper floor) become visible as individual bodies within the total volume. The individual functional areas are separated by elongated glass bands that let light irrupt deep into the building. The ground floor which is closed towards the street-side opens up on the opposite side by means of wide, bright windows. The individual volumes have been coated by different materials (concrete, board material and plaster) which have been used to set in the lettering. The different facade claddings generate various depths that enable a further differentiation and structuring of the building.

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