Erha Medan / HMP Architects

© Sonny Sandjaya

Architects: HMP Architects
Location: Medan, North Sumatera,
Principal in Charge: Heru Mudito Prasetyo
Project Team: Heru Mudito Prasetyo, Mirna Listianti
Interior Design: Joke Roos (Studio Air Putih)
Clients: PT. ERHACLINIC INDONESIA
Structural Engineering: PT. Sentra Reka Struktur
General Contractor: PT. Praharsa Vastupala
ME Engineering: PT. Mitra Inti Pratama
Lighting Consultant: Lumina Lighting
Site Area: 858.15 sqm
Gross Floor Area: 2,131.3 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Sonny Sandjaya & Heru Mudito Prasetyo

Basically, the building is a simple lifted box which solves complex function and requirements.

The objective of the project is to build a comfortable and cozy skin clinic.

ground floor plan
first floor plan

The basic planning and programming of the project is to create functional spaces. One of the terms is to separate public and staff circulation, so the doctors and patients will only meet in the consultation/treatment room.

© Sonny Sandjaya

The façade of the building becomes an important element in giving attractive impressions. This was achieved by LED lights installed at the structural transom.

The transparent façade provides natural lighting inside the building in daytime, mainly in public area. The interior of the building is dominated by warm and neutral tones color, also with soft lighting which makes an intimate ambience.

© Sonny Sandjaya

Because of the limitation of space, the building is lifted up to create more space for parking area and other needs. The drop off area is located on the same level with the parking area.

The curved glass at east elevation makes the building has a dynamic sense form.

© Heru Mudito Prasetyo

Hopefully, the building presence will increase the commercial value of the area and also having a positive impact on the region. This clinic is built as a response to the additional needs (beauty treatments) of peoples in Medan.

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* Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
Cite: "Erha Medan / HMP Architects" 11 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 31 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=76805>

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