The goal was to design and fabricate a dental office, without the appearance of a modular building, which would adhere to strict controls and guidelines for new development in a small rural community. The surrounding environment had to be considered in order to stay within the architectural guidelines. The building layout incorporated private offices, consultation rooms, six dental stations, X-ray rooms, dental tool cleaning and processing rooms, staff lounge, and an open and friendly waiting room with a children’s play area. The dental office featured an open two-storey entrance to the building that allowed for architectural appeal and added to the incoming natural light. The exterior featured a turret design and hip roof. The cladding incorporated use of acrylic stucco. The interior was tape, fill and painted drywall with institutional healthcare finishes for the floor and other applicable areas.