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Services Delivered
Concept Design
Design Development
Material and Finishes Selection
Lighting Specification

Design Management Services
Furniture Selection

by Collaborators

BOMI is an osteopathy clinic in Byron Bay that nourishes and revitalises from the first moment of walking through the door. Upon entry, a curving bench seat grounds the space with its rich, earthy red tiling facing a row of linen chairs from MCM House. In here, an oversized rice paper pendant light balances the high raked ceiling height of the foyer.


Other curving details repeat, such as the large, curved bulkheads that bring softness and movement, which also repeats through the arched doorway radius. Curves come up again in the transition zone to the gym space, where the radius of the curtain is mimicked in the flooring as it switches from polished concrete to Harvest Sienna cork from The Flooring Co.


In terms of spatial planning, BOMI incorporates four clinician rooms alongside the waiting area with a kitchenette, and the rehabilitation gym zone. Some of the treatment rooms lacked natural light, as such reeded glass doors with a painted frame offer the perfect solution for allowing obscured light inside, to ensure privacy as well as daylight.


The interiors of the treatment rooms are saturated in beige. Tonal layers of polished concrete on the floors are warmed with limestone render, sheer curtains and custom joinery in matching shades of beige.  The walls feature a natural limestone render that finishes at a crisp datum line and accentuating the ceiling height throughout.


Through the evolution of the interiors of BOMI, whitewood worked with the client to develop a design sensibility that has shifted the branding, now aligning as a sympathetic and welcoming space for wellness.

Reception area
Sneak to clinic rooms
Reception chairs
Entry ceiling detail
Hallway to treatment rooms
Reception area
Treatment room
Treatment room
Treatment room
Treatment room
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