Situated on the banks of the St. Croix River in Hudson, WI, this dental office remodel was themed after the recreational activities on and around the river.
This dental office offers a unique design on the dental office. Expressing the natural features of the material was essential in this project.
Concrete countertops, hand burnished metals, raw wood combined with the owners eclectic vintage furnishing express the owners idea of dental office.
Utilizing the clients metal sculpting talents, sculptures are placed throughout the office giving a raw industrial feel. Warm colors and textures in the waiting, reception and consultation rooms help make patients feel at ease.
Size:3,000 Sq. Ft.
Progressive Architecture specializes in Dental Design. We have Architects and Interior designers that have been designing award winning dental office space for the Minneapolis area for over 25 years. Our experience is in General Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Orthodontic design, Pediatric Dentistry, and Maxillofacial Dentistry.
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