Embracing Surf Culture in This Beautiful Encinitas Orthodontics Office
Capturing the essence of this Encinitas orthodontics office by Phillips Family Orthodontics was such a good time. As an architecture photographer, I have yet to see such a beautifully designed Orthodontics office, which now serves as their second location. With each shot, I couldn’t help but feel that this space really embodied the vibe designed into it.
The orthodontics office was a true surf-inspired gem. From the moment I entered, I was captivated by the clever integration of surf culture elements throughout the interior. The vibrant color palette, ocean-themed ceiling, beach sand carpet and surfboards as decorative accents made it evident that the office resonates with its coastal location.
The staff and business owner were incredibly kind and welcoming during the photoshoot. Their enthusiasm for the new location and the atmosphere they had created added a genuine touch to the experience. It was evident that they took great pride in their work. While these pictures were made simply for their Google Business Profile, it was a pleasure to capture their office.
Encinitas itself is a coastal gem, offering much more than just beautiful beaches. A perfect blend of classic Southern California architecture, charming neighborhoods, and a laid-back vibe that truly captures the spirit of the surf culture.
There is nothing better than when a client loves the work I make. Showcasing the office’s unique character and surf-inspired design made taking photographs clients love easy. Their office is a place where patients will undoubtedly feel at ease, and I’m confident that anyone who visits will be left with an unforgettable impression.
In architecture photography, inspiration comes by projects like this that reflect the essence of a place and its culture. Phillips Family Orthodontics’ new office is a true testament to the power of design and how it can harmonize with its location. I look forward to capturing more captivating architectural gems that embody the spirit of the spaces they occupy.