SPACESPACE: isoyama dispensing pharmacy SPACESPACE: isoyama dispensing pharmacy
jul 25, 2011

SPACESPACE: isoyama dispensing pharmacy

‘isoyama dispensing pharmacy’ by SPACESPACE in suzuka-shi, mie, japan all images courtesy SPACESPACE

 

 

 

osaka-based architecture practice SPACESPACE has completed ‘isoyama dispensing pharmacy’, a single-storey building in suzuka-shi, mie, japan. situated in a suburb populated by cars, the design utilizes a large parking space in front of the structure as a multifunctional square for the local residents.

street view

 

 

 

generously stepped back from the street line, the dispensing pharmacy is conceived as a pavilion-like structure with a transparent glass face. a series of slim pillars provide support for an extended roof slab while maintaining undisrupted sight lines to the activities within. the service area of the facility is located in the front while functional programs line the back wall of the floor plan. the result is an intuitive layout that ensures an efficient operation for both the users and the workers.

under the overhang

 

 

 

the design utilizes a floral motif throughout, from the column form to the pavement patterns outside. in addition to signalling parking positions, the overlays are used in the interior as guides that direct the flow of customers.

floor-to-ceiling glass facade

interior view

reception space

administering counter

interior at night

night view

 

 

floor plan

 

pillar design

 

 

project info:

 

structure: steel storeys: 1 site area: 168.77 m2 floor area: 65.75 m2

  • jesus, am I still awake?

    jTr says:
  • It’s a pure architecture ! Well done !

    sylvbouy says:
  • let’s hear it for… mr. Mies Van Der Rohe. 😉
    very nice. very clean. I like it.

    marceloaguiar says:
  • Absolutely perfect …

    mist says:

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