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Conde Lumiares Drugstore

Conde Lumiares Drugstore
Design
Claudia Cukrov
  • 18 june 2009

Architect Daniel Ferrer of Mobile M recently renovated the Alicante-based Conde Lumiares drugstore, taking an innovative, non-traditional approach to pharmacy design.  Removing the suspended ceiling, the Ferrer raised the roof from it’s former “suffocating” two meter height to around five meters.  To prevent the large space feeling too open Mobile M installed 256 suspended cylinders, ranging from two to four meters in length.   Ferrer also created a second level to the Spanish drugstore for use as laboratory, warehouse and employee training.

[via Arch Daily]

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