Creation of the Clinic’s PwD toilet;
Rehabilitation of the Clinic’s entrance and waiting area.
The new outdoor waiting area is working as a buffer zone between outside and inside, both in the winter and during the summer. In particular, during the summer this space is often more comfortable than the inside thanks to the architectural settings of the new structure. The combined effect of the shade and the convective air movements works in this sense. The two side gaps between the existing building and the new structure foster air movements. Climbing jasmine plants are growing in these gaps as a support for air quality.