Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Companion Animal Clinic

The lobby area of this animal clinic has been outfitted with fabric panels on the wall and hanging from the ceiling. Their purpose is to dampen the cacophony of barking dogs, screeching cats, and clamorous humans.

19 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Cozy , modern and charming ambiance there! :)
Léia

Sharon said...

That is a very interesting way to do that! I wonder how well it works.

RedPat said...

I know some restaurants that could use those!

EG Wow said...

Do they work?

Memphis MOJO said...

I bet it works. Even if it doesn't, it looks great.

La Principessa Errante said...

Always glad to know people get how well that works, and they have done a good job of incorporating them into the building as a form of art work too.

Rajesh said...

Great place with ultra-modern design.

Olivier said...

et c'est les humains qui font le plus de bruit ? :)

cieldequimper said...

Well it's very decorative but does it dampen the oh noise?

llandudnopictures said...

Great idea!

brattcat said...

screeching cats?! ...i think not.

Ash said...

Does it work ? Looks interesting!

Halcyon said...

I imagine it can get loud in there. Especially when two dogs meet! :)

David Thomas said...

Nice idea. I bet the receptionist really appreciates it. And the artwork looks pretty cool too.

Jarart said...

After working for a Vet hospital for many years, I can understand why they would do this. It looks nice too.
Have you a new family member?

Bibi said...

Never heard of that, but what a good idea. I'm sure this lady is pleased.

Amin said...

Beautiful colors!

Amin said...

Beautiful colors!

Amin said...

Beautiful colors!

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