Formerly located in a typical two-story office building, this client purchased an older building in downtown Hudson occupied by a bookstore and two tenants.
The client liked the aesthetic of an older building with brick, old world wood flooring juxtaposed against the clean, sterile dental equipment.
Progressive Architecture worked with her to give her the aesthetic she wanted within a very tight budget, making use of some of the existing materials like the brick wall, wood floors, reusing light fixtures, doors, and even repurposing a beam from the basement as the support for the restroom countertops. Weathered barn wood was sourced for the soffit over the reception desk. The ceiling beams were exposed and industrial light fixtures were used.