RETAIL: ONESIGHT spring 2016
OneSight came to our studio with the hopes of finding a design they can use to systematically standardize the new clinics they’re building; they offered three of their proposed sites in Rwanda for us to implement our ideas in. Kigali, Kibuye, and Huye, which we chose to develop further. Orbit came about from identifying the primary, secondary, and tertiary visual zones in both plan and section. These viewing zones outlined “Pivotal Visuals,” areas of the clinic where we chose to concentrate information, way finding, and cultural overlays. PVC piping is used as a design element throughout the space, to denote information, for way finding, as cultural overlay, and in lighting fixtures. It is also used to create partitions; a screen wall to separate pretesting from the waiting room, and focal wall as a means to focus patients’ viewpoint from the waiting room so that they see the end goal of their visit: glasses and clear vision. CONCEPT WITH: CHRISTINE RUHE
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