For this project of integral reform of Pharmacy we have opted to maximize the characteristics of the premises, providing an exclusive design and 100% adapted to the needs of the client.
The more than 127 m2 of space, originally were two separate premises between pharmacy and warehouse. After the reform we have joined both premises and gained much more retail space. The L-shape of the entire plant was a challenge for the team of architects in charge of the project, mainly because of the distribution approach. In the end, we opted for a customer service area that revolves around four individual counters, which act as the backbone and meeting point with the customer. The individual design of these counters is perfect to respect that privacy with the patient.
The main materials chosen for this project have been microcement and wood, both combine perfectly and provide that modern and cozy touch that customers demanded. Throughout the entire space, the feeling of harmony, closeness and personalized attention is conveyed.
Another highlight of this project is the installation of the Pharmacy Robot. This innovative automation system consists of replacing the drawers and shelves, thus reducing storage space to a minimum. More and more pharmacists are demanding this type of service, which facilitates their daily work.
On the outside, the facade of the pharmacy is designed with a large format porcelain tile (1.20 x 2.70 m), so we get a homogeneous effect and above all attract the attention of the passerby.
Photography: Germán Cabo.