Smile2Impress London

Smile2Impress London

Designer
tWO
Location
London, United Kingdom | View Map
Project Year
2022
Category
Hospitals

Wellness Centres
Oliver McGivern Photography
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Vinyl TilesForbo Flooring Systems
Vinyl Tiles, CarpetsInterface
Textured Woodgrain, Touch of Timber, Heuga
ManufacturersCamira
Rivet, Era
Carpetmodulyss
First Define 957
FabricsKvadrat
Canvas
CarpetQuadrant
Radiance Slick

Product Spec Sheet
Vinyl Tiles, Carpets
Textured Woodgrain, Touch of Timber, Heuga by Interface
Manufacturers
Rivet, Era by Camira
Carpet
First Define 957 by modulyss
Fabrics
Canvas by Kvadrat
Carpet
Radiance Slick by Quadrant

Smile2Impress London

tWO as Designers

The challenge
Smile2Impress came to us with the task of setting up their first UK branch. Setting up shop in lively Spitalfields, the orthodontic specialists wanted to bring serious wow factor with their vibrant red tones and designs. With only seven weeks on the clock, we got to work! Co-ordinating different schedules to make sure high-level and low-level services were installed was no easy feat, paired with CQC and sustainability requirements meant we had a lot on our plate. But it was nothing that we couldn’t handle.

photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon
photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon

The solution
By fitting in their staple arched, cherry walls, this was a gentle nod to their origins in their first Spanish clinic design in Barcelona. Paired with a clean, minimalist back-of-house model, this helped to create a calm vibe for the space. To make this all work, serious co-ordination was at the heart of the project, so we held plenty of meetings with sub-contractors, checking lighting and mechanical systems to make sure they were energy efficient and working with dental suppliers to ensure we had the right equipment were just a few of the ways we perfected the space.

photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon
photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon

Team:
Architects: tWO
Photographer: Oliver McGivern Photography

photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon
photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon

Materials used:
Flooring: Vinyl Tiles: Interface: Textured Woodgrains – Whitewash; Vinyl Tiles: Forbo Allura Flex – Natural Collage Oak; Carpet 1: Interface: Touch of Timber – Blackwood; Carpet 2: Modulyss; First Define – 957; Carpet 3: Quadrant; Radiance – Slick;  Carpet 4: Interface; Heuga 725 – Panther 672504;
Doors: Fusion Doors – Frameless and Framed Glass Doors
Interior furniture: Forma5, Davison Highley, Rigg, Workstories, Rawside, MDD, Elite, Haiken, New Design Group, Ondarreta, Very Good & Proper;
Fabrics: Camira-Era, Rivet; Kvadrat-Canvas; Gabriel-Go Check; Warrick-Plush Velvet; Spradling-Valencia;

photo_credit Tom Fallon
Tom Fallon
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