Commercial interiors design

Designing commercial interiors involves creating functional, visually appealing spaces that meet the needs of businesses and their clientele. Here's an overview of the process:

Client Consultation:

Understand the client's business objectives, brand identity, budget, and any specific requirements for the space.


Gather information about the functional requirements of the space, including the number of employees, workflow, storage needs, and any special equipment or technology requirements.

Space Planning:

Develop a layout that optimizes the use of space, promotes efficient workflow, and accommodates the needs of employees and visitors. Consider zoning for different activities and areas within the space.

Concept Development:

Create a design concept that reflects the client's brand identity, values, and aesthetic preferences. This may involve selecting a color scheme, materials, furniture styles, and overall design theme.

Furniture and Fixtures Selection:

Choose furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) that are functional, durable, and aligned with the design concept. Consider factors such as ergonomics, comfort, and maintenance requirements.

Lighting Design:

Plan lighting solutions that enhance the functionality, mood, and visual appeal of the space. This may include a combination of ambient lighting, task lighting, accent lighting, and natural light.

Material Selection and Finishes:

Select materials, finishes, and textures that are suitable for commercial environments and contribute to the desired aesthetic. Consider factors such as durability, maintenance, acoustics, and sustainability.

Branding and Graphics:

Integrate branding elements such as logos, signage, and graphics into the design to reinforce the client's brand identity and create a cohesive visual identity throughout the space.

Accessibility and Compliance:

Ensure that the design complies with building codes, accessibility standards, and regulations related to safety, fire protection, and environmental sustainability.

Technology Integration:

Incorporate technology solutions such as audiovisual systems, telecommunications, and IT infrastructure to support the client's business operations and enhance the user experience.

Environmental Considerations:

Incorporate sustainable design principles and practices to minimize environmental impact and promote occupant health and well-being.

Coordination and Installation: Coordinate with contractors, vendors, and other stakeholders to ensure that designs are implemented accurately and on schedule. Oversee the installation process to ensure quality control and adherence to design specifications.