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Interior Design: Skin Temple Medi Clinic & Spa

November 23, 2010

Anna Drummond Design creates a distinctive and sensual spa, with lacquered compartments inspired by the bento box.

Inspired by the allure of a traditional bento box, the Skin Temple Medi Clinic and Spa draws on the mystery of a perfectly packaged oriental parcel. Each compartment is discovered from within a rich lacquered core to unveil spaces that evoke the essence of age-old oriental and Middle Eastern beauty rituals.

The Hammam treatment suite features steam and scrub rooms accompanied by a massage therapy suite and robing rooms. Each space evokes a unique spatial experience through the distinctive use of mosaic clad 3-way curves, encompassing walls, floors and ceilings to ensure an even flow of condensation and steam within the spaces. The effect is evocative and sensual, expressing a uniquely feminine design sensitivity, which is evident in every aspect of the design through to the custom-made furniture, branding and graphics.

A suite of clinical therapy rooms offering the latest in medically supervised laser and injectable cosmetic treatments supplements these otherworldly spaces and accommodates the medical practice of owner Dr Alicia Teska.

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