Interior design for a dental office in Woodland Hills, California, 

A standard Tee bar aluminum ceiling system—with two-foot groove spacing on the main ’T’ and two-foot cross ’T’s—is used to create a new grid of isosceles triangles with side lengths of 2’,4’,4’. The new grid forms an organizing system that determines all the spaces within the office. The ceiling grid is then infilled with nearly 400 vacuum-formed acrylic panels. The panels consist of five unique types, all made from a combination of zero to three pyramids, which—with the possibility of being placed facing both up and down—create ten different conditions. Fluorescent lighting is installed behind the ceiling panels and spread evenly across the space. For panels that accommodate HVAC, a special transition units are designed that connect the circular ducts above the ceiling to the triangular openings of the acrylic panels.