When patients enter the surgery of Drs. Holzner, several continuous visual axes open up towards them. A spacious treatment wing was located at the top of the angled floor plan. Typical niche spaces between the individual rooms were transformed into light-flooded waiting and meeting areas. The ceiling design and the lighting follows this principle of linear axes. A principle of opposites was developed from the rounded design language: convex elements contrast with concave elements, a dark central block with white furniture, and industrial flooring with warm parquet surfaces. Walls and textiles in mint, green, and blue tones set accents.