The design makes the clinic resemble a cozy Scandinavian home. With this theme, the focus is on mixing a polished look, functionality and contemporary design. Like the first design, this other design is also chic, but special care was taken to incorporate more homely elements. These include a foyer at the entrance, which is reminiscent of a home, and the addition of potted plants as well as inclusion of paintings. Instead of straight lines, curves were proposed, including a carpet with a curvy design, which is not only softer to walk on by patients, but also easier on the eyes.

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The International Property Awards is the largest competition of its type in the world since 1995. The summit covers the regions of Africa, Asia Pacific, Arabia, Canada, Caribbean, Central & South America, Europe, UK and USA, with participation from over 2,000 companies and 1,700 entries. Participants are judged by a highly experienced team of professionals of over 100 members who cover the whole range of property disciplines. The awards are given for the quality of design, construction and presentation of individual properties and property development, interiors, architecture and marketing – which ultimately determine the world’s finest property, architectural and interior design companies.

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