The construction system to be created in Lomè, the capital city of Togo, is represented by a dental clinic and it has been required by a group of doctors, who want to create a no-profit structure. It is made up with ten Cellula’s units: three of them are 3 meters height and 10 meters width; the other seven of them are 3 meters height and 12 meters width. They are all parallel and placed on a single level. This kind of planning allows us taking advantage of the internal spaces.
The whole complex has a gross surface of 340 square meters and a floor area of 303 square meters. It is characterized by a reception room, a waiting room, a medical practice, two laboratories, two operation rooms, a sterilization room, two rest rooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen, a meeting room and a chemist’s room.
The external part of the structure is lightly raised on the ground and it includes two comfortable entrance ramps. They are totally sheltered by a coverage that is supported by oblique pillars. These pillars come out from the coverage and give a protection design to the entire structure.