When developing the design concept with the stated objective of offering patients an extra something, OOS focused on atmospheric programming, re-interpretation of elements and the composition of the individual activities, which characterize a visit to the dentist. Through the creation of specific spatial worlds for each activity mixed with a portion of entertainment, an unmistakable Dental Club arose in place of a conventional dental practice. In the design process, attention was paid to matching the work environment necessary for the dentist's work with a soothing atmosphere for the patients. For instance, patients are welcomed in the inviting setting of a club lounge with library, where they can pass their time with an iPad or a book. The "dentaliser" is a central zone with a white, glossy appearance. It functions as a neutralizing space around which the various rooms and activities (x-ray, office, bathroom, etc.) are arranged. The space in the treatment rooms is defined by a visual horizon. While the lower part is assigned to the task of a sterile, white world of a dentist's work, the ceiling, which naturally is the focus of the patient, offers an open view of a map of the oceans and islands with new lands for continuous discovery and distraction.