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Curves By Design

When Heavin Maier, OD, relocated her practice, she realized she couldn’t bring her custom cabinetry with her because the walls in her new space were rounded. Yet she found a solution that allowed her to embrace this unique feature, instead of tearing down the walls and starting fresh.

                                                 Dr. Heavin Maier’s office

Curved details can be incorporated in a number of ways, as shown in the offices featured here: from wall accents, to front desks and beyond.

                                                   Dr. Elaine Happ’s office

Elaine Happ, OD, even added tables that wrap around and complement her curved walls.

                              Dr. Christy Hayes and Dr. Kim Folwarski’s office
                                                    Drs. Olivia and Anita Carleo

Click on the images above to read each doctor’s story, and read even more office design stories on The Physical Space.

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