19th century v 21st century

I’ve discovered the original plans for the building that houses our new clinic.
The plans are dated 1899 and are – to say the least – fairly simplistic when you compare the highly technical drawings our architects are required to create to conform with planning and building regulations in the 21st century.
We’ve stuck them up on the wall of what will eventually become our new reception and waiting area. We’ll probably frame them at some point.
The preparation work for the new clinic continues and we’ve been selecting flooring and some of the highly sophisticated audio visual equipment we’re planning to use in the various rooms. As well as being of patient benefit, I’ll use the screens whenever I’m conducting training and mentoring sessions for other dentists.