Mr. and Mrs. Kruijt run their own general practice in the village of Elst. For quite some time they have been thinking about expanding their office. In agreement we have created an additional practice room that is connected to the reception area through a glass corridor. A carport was also designed and built.
The practice room, the glass connecting corridor and the wooden carport became new elements in an overall ensemble, each with their own role. They are like three supporting actors assisting the lead actor, the original building, in an all new play. All elements have their own form and function, while being connected through one single roof with distinctive roof lines and angles of inclination. This created the opportunity to use different materials, resulting in a single unit with various characteristics.
The design of the glass connecting corridor is quite complex, mainly because of the steel construction. The ridge line of the frame lines up with one of the slightly rising gutter lines. Getting those lines in balance was a major challenge, since glass does not yield in any way, shape, or form. Fortunately, the design proved its strength in practice, creating an interspace with lots of daylight. Both doctors and patients have expressed their enthusiasm for the new elements.
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