This project located in Kifisia, involves the conversion of a conventional office space into a medical centre for integrated dental services. The main goal is to balance the operational requirements of a medical clinic and the simple geometry of the existing space with individual unconventional interventions in order to create an area that attracts the visitor's interest while remaining "professional."The dominant element of the space, the axial-corridor linking all functional rooms, is shaped like a linear elevation of a denture and is made out of glass, white walls and lighting elements. The transversal division of the corridor, stretching from wall to ceiling, disrupts its continuity and creates an interesting optical filter between treatment rooms, waiting room and corridor. At the entrance, the inside corridor elements become wider, leaving their imprint through glass splits to the floor corridor. One of the splits is used as the main entrance. Unlike the intense structure of the corridor and the reception room, all the remaining spaces are kept simple, displaying only the necessary functional elements of the rooms. The waiting room’s opposing walls bear two oversized landscape photographs, in order to distract and relax the patient. Similarly, the treatment rooms’ walls capturing the patient’s view while lying on the dental chair are covered with photo panels bearing nature themes. The photos can be easily replaced, thereby changing the whole atmosphere of the space. As a counterweight to the white geometric spaces but also as a unifying element, a vinyl floor with bold designs evoking tree barks was chosen.