Commercial interior design at its most basic is the design and layout of the set of internal structural elements of a commercial premises in which the employees reside. However, for our purposes, commercial interior design is the process and outcome of a project designed to increase the productivity of your business and the staff who work there.
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What is Commercial Interior Design?
Difference Between Residential and Commercial Design?
At risk of stating the obvious but residential interior design focuses on homes and apartments, whereas commercial interior design realizes workspaces for businesses, and can play a key role in setting the culture and ways of working within that business. The main areas we focus our commercial interior design efforts on are office design, hospitality design – including bar & restaurant design and hotel design, coworking spaces and student accommodation.
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What does a commercial interior designer actually do?
One of the core skill of a Commercial interior designers is to balance the need for functionality and safety without sacrificing style or aesthetics. If we were the design team for a luxury hotel, we would need to be able to accommodate a certain amount of guests in order to help to increase profits for the client. However, to do this our client hotel has to have spacious rooms and large bathrooms to impress our guests. That is one obstacle to tackle.