A 15-metre-long corridor with illuminated white walls leads mark the pathways in Dr Dragic clinic. The length of the corridor is even more emphasised by uniform mdf panels, which form the walls on both sides, as well as a long thin LED tube floating overhead.
Panels made from solid surface material Corian line the middle section of the corridor walls, and feature carvings that form a pattern and allow LED lights to shine through from behind. The various ways that the lights are turned on and off create different effects. Areas that are not illuminated (the hidden doors) contain relief patterns carved onto the Corian. This way, when the lights inside the panels are off, the panels look uniform, made of a single material, forming a uniform image; when the lights are on, it paints a completely different picture.
In an attempt to make a walk through the clinic more mysterious, we concealed treatment rooms behind a series of hidden doors along this corridor.