Marostica is a village in the Vicenza province, northeast of Italy. The small village surprises us with a dental practice that has a unique, contemporary architecture. Clean cut lines, material play and the Japanese influences in the design, create an interesting and harmonious entity. The geometrical shapes in the building open fascinating views to the skyline and surprise the arrivals.
The contrast in colors is fresh. The warm brown tone of Lunawood thermowood, combined with dark steel, white concrete, the plantation areas with an oriental twist, are a perfect match. The facade of the buildings bottom floor has Luna Triple cladding, installed vertically. The Triple panel creates a batten look for the surface and it is rhythmed by the round knot shapes of the Nordic Spruce. The finishings in the building are of a high-standard and the end result is mesmerizing.