a. currently has 4 rooms, and is in very basic office condition. commercial rug on the floor, white drop ceiling with flourescent lights. It is a commercial office space that I am looking to move into from my current space.
b. existing condition is light blue walls, white drop ceiling paneling
c. the problem is that it needs to be designed for traffic flow of chiropractic and massage patients. It has to be modernized and re configured for optimal revenue and feel. It needs a stunning front desk and reception area.
a. I am currently negotiating build out costs with landlord and he needs a more specific design to estimate what it would cost and how much hes willing to pay for it. Id like to achieve some ideas of what to install, im looking for advice and input for a space that revolutionizes chiropractic and repositions it as a wellness lifestyle. Id like my patients to think of it as a second home and place they always want to be. I want my staff and myself to feel so proud to be there everyday, and have so much confidence in its presence and design. I want the space to start the healing process for people when they wak in. I want to achieve a modern feel with wood/and zen inspiration
-I'd like the designer to be available in the event I feel we can move forward
a. I cant make any load bearing wall changes. The landlord is willing to pay for most tenant finish so I need to keep costs low and not totally obliterate the current set up. perhaps remove a wall or two add a wall or two. Its also possible in the adjusting areas to have 4' foot partial privacy walls or an opening between rooms with no door but also semi-privacy
b. avoid marble, any cheesy office colors-bright yellow or green. I like subdued healing colors-blues, grey, orange. avoid glass block walls.
I love Costa Rica and got married there. I was always inspired by the feel of the warm dark teak wood look.
heres whats important. I dont have a W hotel budget, yet I want that look blended with a spa/healing tone- I need ideas of how to blend the whole space together. Im willing to "imitate" looks for much lower pricing. I really dont want to run the bill up on the landlord . we are negotiating, so Pricing of design is an absolute concern. Local designers open to any trading of service would be awesome. I 'd like to make aspects eco friendly- eg low Voc paint.
1. a suggested layout plan room by room and birdseye. What materials to use and how. what they think estimated building costs would be.