- AGS Architects and 70F
- The Netherlands
- Jan Bosch
In 2017 Acibadem Medical Center opened their clinic in Amsterdam. The Turkish-Dutch medical center has 16 specialisms under one roof and offers outpatient treatments. The medical center is housed in a former office building. AGS Architects and 70F were designated as local architects by Acibadem Projectmanagement. They have made the design and have directed the transformation from office to hospital. Ahrend was asked to provide the furniture which had to perfectly match the concept.
The architects were assigned with the task of transforming the existing office building into a medical center. This center had to do justice to both the Dutch and Turkish culture. Acibadem didn’t want to have a ‘hospital’- look and feel, but rather that of a luxurious, medical living room. Ahrend has been asked to provide furniture that suits this unique concept.
The medical center has special attention to how interior, décor and use of colour can contribute to the wellbeing and recovery of the patients. Ahrend has approached the customer and architect’s issue by selecting furniture that matches the culture of the center and it’s visitors. Using warm tones and soft materials, combined with luxury-looking furniture has led to a very unique design.