Restaurants, Hotel lobbies. Retail outlets. Commercial interior design spans multiple industries, functions, and design styles.
Every time we enter a shopping mall, a club, a hotel, a restaurant or basically any other commercial/ public space we form a general impression about the way it’s designed, structured and tailored to suit our needs as well as those of the businesses they represent and we do all of this often at an unconscious level
For commercial interior design projects- your designs don’t just need to be beautiful, but also adhere to a multitude of standards. Brand guidelines, Signage, Single Space having multi utility, maintenance, Cost effectiveness. With so many boxes that need to be ticked off, finding the right advice and inspiration for commercial spaces can be tough.
it’s important to realize that designing a commercial space is very different than designing a residential one even though it may not seem like at first. While a home’s interior design focuses on being welcoming and livable, a commercial interior design is focused on functionality and on the practical side of things without ignoring style. In fact, the aesthetics are very important because they bring financial gain in all sorts of creative ways. In other words, a commercial interior designer has to be able to balance these elements perfectly and all while also prioritizing safety.