More spa-like than medical, a new Auckland dentistry practice challenges the rules of what a clinical environment can be in the era of anti-clinics.
May 29th, 2017
Tags: Auckland, Cheshire Architects, ikea, issue 67, Italian Stone, Tooth Company, UNO Design
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