From the Resene Total Colour Awards gallery — 11 Kensington Avenue, Whangarei
Cool blues and greens have been used as feature walls in the clinic spaces and these add to the calming experience that was sought.
The original building was completed in 2007; this smartly modern building accommodated new x-ray facilities, mammography and ultra-sound amenities and their support spaces. In 2009 the addition of new CT and MRI imaging suites and some minor internal refurbishments was carried out.
This further extended the existing palette of paint colours that had been used to break up the potentially institutional nature of the building. Cool blues and greens have been used as feature walls in the clinic spaces and these add to the calming experience that was sought.
In the patient waiting and change areas the corporate colour Resene Raspberry was used to give these areas warmth in conjunction with graphics representing corporate logos.
Architectural Specifier: Alan Walker Architect
Building Contractor: A-Line Builders Ltd
Painting Contractor: Mark Viccars
Photographer: Alan Walker and Sarah Bertie
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