Rap Interiors
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Healthcare Interior Design

Respectful, appropriate design for the healthcare industry

Although well known for our work in offices and other commercial properties, Rap are also experts when it comes to providing unique, sympathetic and appropriate designs for businesses in the healthcare industry, including care home interiors, hospitals, dentist and GP surgeries and more.

Our emphasis when approaching a healthcare facility is on being respectful to the clientele and appropriate to the service provided.

We work closely with staff, and take our lead from patients/residents in order to create interior designs that are conducive to relaxation and recovery.

Understanding your needs

Our process is organised, effective and straightforward, and our team of interior designers create first two, and then three dimensional designs that allow you to see exactly what the finished fit out or refurbishment project will look like, so that you can make any necessary design changes before the project even begins.

We understand that the care home and healthcare sector have specific requirements in terms of interior design and it’s our job to meet these requirements in a professional and harmonic way. If your property has a distinctive character, we will aim to maintain this within the new design, whilst still bringing a contemporary and dynamic element to your healthcare interiors.

We endeavour to make the entire process as easy as possible for you: minimising disruption and sticking to your budget for the best possible outcome.

We have offices in Brighton, London, Croydon and Kent from which we deliver outstanding healthcare interior design to clients throughout the UK.

To see some of our completed healthcare interior design projects click here.

Check Out More of Our Services…

Healthcare Fit Out

Healthcare Refurbishment

Healthcare Furniture

Healthcare Space Planning

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