Updated: Jan 19
Designing a Pharmacy with Character: Transforming a Clinical Space into a Welcoming Haven
Design is a journey, a process of taking an idea from your mind and bringing it to life in the real world. It's a challenging task, one that requires a great deal of skill and attention to detail.
When it comes to designing a pharmacy, the goal is to create a space that is both functional and visually appealing. The standard clinical or government-pharmaceutical look can be quite boring and uninviting, so our team set out to add some character to the space. We did this by playing around with materials and lighting, experimenting with different textures and colors to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Our pharmacy design scope included handling the design, project management, and the build. However, this project proved to be one of our most challenging builds to date. But it taught us valuable lessons about the importance of structuring and teamwork. Once we figured out what worked for us and our team, no delivery time was impossible.
To save on cost, we kept the same flooring, but we made changes to everything else. We played around with the wall space to create feature retail shelves held up by industrial pipes. Additionally, we introduced greenery and used grey finished wood to bring warmth and life into the spaces. The end result was a pharmacy that felt less clinical and more welcoming.
Take a look at our before and after video to see the transformation for yourself. Until next time, we hope you enjoyed this behind the scenes look at our pharmacy design journey.