Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Crazy Interior Design

Japanese designers Nendo have completed the interior of a mental health clinic in Akasaka, Tokyo, where none of the doors open and patients and staff instead move around the building by opening sections of the walls.

Called Clinic Akasaka, the project includes sliding bookcases behind which the consultation rooms can be found and a single opening door at the end of the corridor that reveals a window to the outside.

If you weren't suffering from mental health issues when you went in, you will be by the time you leave.

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