Minimal yet distinctive, we developed a ‘future lab’ blueprint design concept for skincare and aesthetics specialists, The Cavendish Clinic.
Our blueprint concept was developed for a nationwide rollout and fused treatment areas and product displays in a bid to create a compact interior design that experiments with light, reflection and colour resulting in a contemporary twist on a clinical aesthetic that’s instantly recognisable.
The Cavendish Clinic desired both a private and sociable space suited to secluded groups of clients, ensuring that all visitors had an enjoyable experience. They also placed a large emphasis on maintaining a sense of professionalism and hygiene alongside their social factors.
Our design process placed a large focus on the clinic’s central unit to ensure a semi-private yet social format. The ‘+’ formation of the custom seating area offers an experience that feels secluded but can also encourage socialisation for customers who are visiting with friends and family, all whilst being intelligently space efficient. We ensured the space felt welcoming but also maintained professionalism and hygiene.
The ‘Gunkie Junkie’ bar was designed to focus on the brand’s partnership with the now-famous ‘Hydrafacial’ and uses specialised technology that allows guests a chance to see the amazing results of their skincare treatment in real life, as well as a space for consultation. The celebration space is perfect for social media marketing as well as highlighting the undeniable benefits of the services.
Further elements of our design approach included the addition of concrete, illuminated platforms, and ombré Perspex, all of which complement each other to create a signature, contemporary display unit for Skinceuticals and Cavendish Clinic products.
Our blueprint for the Cavendish Clinic’s salons proved to be an aesthetic environment embraced by all clients, whether it be through their solitary relaxation whilst being treated or for those who wish to post about the clinic via social media.
This blueprint design has been applied to multiple locations, including concessions in John Lewis.