Isabel Cadroy Children’s Dentistry Clinic

  • area / size 3,767 sqft
  • Completed 2021
  • Location Castellon, Spain,
  • Vitale utilized fun materials, colors, and seating solutions when designing Isabel Cadroy Children’s Dentistry Clinic in Castellon, Spain.

    The interior design project for the pediatric dentistry clinic of Dr. Isabel Cadroy begins with the definition of a new communication strategy to strengthen the positioning of the business. The new premises and the renewal of the brand represent the beginning of a new stage that consolidates its competitive advantage as a clinic dedicated exclusively to pediatric dentistry and orthodontics for children and adolescents.

    The clinic should be friendly and welcoming, but without falling into a childish aesthetic, and turn stress and fear (common in dental visits) into confidence and tranquility. Vitale designs a corporate space that connects with the entire public of the clinic and recreates a positive, familiar, comfortable and quiet environment.

    The project highlights the corporate philosophy of the clinic: the importance of educating families to achieve good oral health and improve the quality of life of their patients. From this perspective, Vitale generates a common thread that highlights the idea of “learning at the dentist” conceptualizing the communication work required by the clinic to make dental processes and treatments understandable.

    The creative axis is inspired by some of the learning forms of children’s cognitive development. The brand and the corporate interior design project are generated taking as a starting point the construction games of wooden pieces and the puzzles of elementary geometries. The clinic surprises both children and adults with recognizable out-of-scale elements that refer to children’s learning such as huge porticoes, lamps in the form of wooden mobiles or paneling like jigsaw puzzles. The result is an evocative space that connects with the child in us and takes you to childhood.

    Design: Vitale
    Architect: Font Arquitectura
    Photography: Santiago Martín and Hilke Sievers