Posts Tagged ‘Pharmacy’
Careland Pharmacy is a new pharmacy with a modern look but an old-fashioned philosophy, personalized care. The design is an example of ultra contemporary design, but is also full of traditional references related to health care. As well as care, Careland Pharmacy has a focus on safety and convenience. This Brooklyn Heights pharmacy looks like the inside of a tube of mint-flavored, whitening toothpaste. Visit Careland Pharmacy in Brooklyn (US).
The pharmacists at ‘De Apothekers’ are not behind a desk, but between the customers giving them more comfort. If relevant, two privacy desks offer discretion during the advice. A “high speed” customized service is organised for the traveler in a hurry. Visit De Apothekers pharmacy in Antwerp (BE).
The idea behind Help is to cut through the confusion by offering single-ingredient drugs in low doses, with clear, symptomatic titles, such as “Help: I Have a Headache”. Visit Help Remedies in Washington (US).
Bold light graffiti of the archetypal pharmaceutical cross on the corrugated perforated aluminum facade on a metal grid substructure creates a strong identity. Visit the Lordelo Pharmacy in Vila Real (PT).
Relax, the interior seems to say, all will be well. The generous entry, the serene hues of green, the tree trunk that seems to hold up the counter, and the glimpses into an herb garden alongside the building suggest leafy shadows, tranquility, and transparency. Discover this cool pharmacy in Amsterdam.
There was a time when pharmacies were dark, distinctly dreary alchemists’ dens. But, with the growing vogue for natural products, and rapid developments in medical research, those days are long gone. One of Germany’s most established pharmacies, Linden Apotheke, decided to specialise in natural and naturopathic products. And, to tie in with its new direction, it also opted for a store redesign. Discover more…