Good Medicine

Stripping the space to the core highlighted the beauty of a space for holistic health care.

As part of the larger The Revelry adaptive reuse project, Good Medicine is housed in the original 19th century Baptist church. The beauty of the original space was largely concealed with a dropped ceiling, fragmented layout and altered primary entry. By removing these ill-conceived modifications, the modified space is clean, light-filled and spacious.

New entry doors and reception area open to the street and celebrate the iconic processional transition from the bustle of the street to the sanctuary within. Soundproofing and acoustic treatments were incorporated to acoustically separate Good Medicine from other building tenants. A dark, moody material palette and dimmed lights create a soothing space for comprehensive clinic care.

Project Credit

General Contractor – Straightedge Construction

Photography – Cou Cou Studio