The Doctor Azem Eye Clinic has a total floor area of approx. 350 m² and covers two floors. On the ground floor are the optician’s, the contact lens area and the reception desk for the specialist practice with its preliminary examination rooms. On the first floor there are several examination rooms and utility rooms. Renovation work was carried out on the public access areas, the reception area, the optician’s, the new contact lens area and various specific design elements in the peripheral rooms. The improved, deliberately cleaner room design means a smoother flow of patient traffic. The dominant and rather restrictive (from a design point of view), circular shape of the ground floor has been neutralised by an open-plan room, and the dark colours have been replaced by light-coloured surfaces. The previous decorative overload has been replaced by a design whose primary function is to provide information. The optician’s, which could hardly be seen from outside before, now takes up two thirds of the window space. Thanks to the unobstructive display of glasses frames, the entire sales area of contact lenses and eyewear can easily be seen from the outside. The large installation duct, which is inconveniently located in the centre of the large room, has been transformed into a central design element. Despite the impression that everything has completely changed, the structure of all the rooms, all the beams, and the external facade have all remained intact, as have some individual materials, such as the natural stone floor on both floors.