Vita Architecture is an award-winning graphics, interiors and architecture design studio focused on providing bespoke design services for dental practices across the globe. Based in London, UK, the company is well versed with CQC and HTM 01-05 regulations and approaches each and every project from a branding first mentality to ensure all designs and practices are as unique as the people who run them.
Vita Architecture's multidisciplinary design team includes talented graphic designers, interior designers and architects. This approach ensures that you're covered when it comes to a seamless transition from branding and logos to interiors and architecture. That way your brand message will remain consistent and truly unique throughout your business. To the centre of the company's designs, Vita Architecture looks to challenge the concept of the traditional clinical finish. Yes, compliant and hygienic spaces need to be delivered, but this shouldn't come at the cost of patient comfort. The company's belief is that dental practices can be comfortable, unique and compliant without compromise.
Having setup in 2016 primarily as architects, Vita Architecture is well placed to guide your design and construction journey from the drawing board to the construction site including services such as planning, listed building consent, tendering and building regulations.
The company's current project workload spans across the UK, Lithuania, Singapore and Mauritius as well as projects that range from £30k to £12.5 million so there's no project that's too far, too big or too small. Most importantly for Vita Architecture is that their clients choose them as their collaborative partners to question, challenge and deliver spaces that go against the grain to create something genuinely special.
To find out more or get your project started, visit www.vitaarchitecture.com, call 02081441737 or check out @dental_architect on Instagram.
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Stand out from the crowd and design a truly unique dental practice. Br Dent J 233, 975 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-022-5345-9