Brandon Haw Architecture Paints a Picture of Health for New York Dermatology Group

Reception and retail are built into the freestanding pavilion. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Panels of ribbed fiberglass trimmed in brass front the central organizing structure at NYDG Integral Health & Wellness. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

The same fiberglass and brass materials define the elevator bank. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Treatment rooms have walls covered in textured vinyl, with lighting and HVAC systems hidden behind the stretched ceiling. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Flooring transitions from reclaimed oak in public areas to pulverized quartz in treatment rooms. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Details of the reception area were worked out in a pencil drawing. Image courtesy of Brandon Haw Architecture.

A second retail desk is behind the waiting area. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Custom millwork was made by an Italian yacht-interior fabricator, and ceramic tile lines restrooms. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

The center is on the second floor of a landmarked limestone building from 1906. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.

Under wooden ceiling baffles, the waiting area’s tables and leather-upholstered armchairs are custom. Photography by Albert Vercerka/Esto.