The main idea was to select services such as counselling, GP or sensory rooms from private accommodation and dining room. In this case, the living area is situated in the part of the building where you can see the city centre from the windows.
Being able to bring more natural light and fill the space with shadows which copy interior details features, I break the building into two main parts.
Over more, the facade was changed and replaced by huge vertical and horizontal windows to help light up bridges and the group floor atrium. Vertical is mainly for the reception and the waiting area to bring a calm atmosphere into space with rays of the sun. The horizontal window is essential for the top floor, where is the private dining room on the right side. It brings a spectacular view of the city and the canal with surrounding nature.