Κατασκευή φαρμακείου, Περιστέρι
20
Jul

Architectural design and decoration of a pharmacy in Peristeri

Architectural design and decoration of a pharmacy in Peristeri

The 21st Century pharmacy is a combination of a scientific, consulting and commercial store. The existence of ever-increasing competition imposes the need for ‘diversification’.

Just as every pharmacist has their own personality, unique and distinct, so each pharmacy must build its own unique identity that will attract the customer and remain indelible in their memory. The architectural design of the pharmacy in Peristeri highlights the special character of the shop through the original constructions that respond to the unique morphology of the space. The client – patient depending on their health status and personality, sometimes wants to choose on their own and sometimes seek advice or leave it to the pharmacist to serve him/her completely.

Innovo Constructions responsibly and adaptively intervenes in the layout of the spaces and the layout of the furniture for a striking result. Beauty is based on the harmony of the elements of the pharmacy. Three forms of harmony coexist in the design of pharmacy for an attractive result: functional, where every form is realistic, ergonomically designed and flexible, structural, where all the pieces of the puzzle are consistent, such as product categorization, and decorative, where parts are used for aesthetic purposes. The highlight of the aesthetics is based on the lighting techniques used around the site during the construction of the pharmacy. The ambient lighting is mild and evenly distributed throughout the shop and loft. The lighting illumination incorporated in the furniture emphasizes the shape, color and characteristics of the products, focusing the attention of the customers on the illuminated objects.

Innovo Constructions intervenes with modern design, manufacturing and visual innovations in the field of designing, manufacturing and refurbishing the pharmacy, always separate and customized to the needs of the pharmacist and his/her clients. This reinforces the anthropocentric concept of the modern pharmacy and increases its competitiveness. Design and decoration.