The starting point for the interior of this stylish medical practice was to create an organic whole. Throughout the building, the walls and doors were finished in a warm, decorative plaster. While the ground floor was chosen for Beirut, the first floor was finished in Soho. The same technique was used for the ceiling in the corridor, which seamlessly connects the different rooms.

For the staircase, we used microtopping in a light colour that perfectly matches the general feel of the walls. To complete the look, several pieces of furniture in the building are also finished with microtopping. We see this low-maintenance technique on the rounded bar, on the 3 Signature Texture Painting tables in an organic shape, and on the tabletop and cabinet fronts of the kitchen island.