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Commercial Interior Design

WHAT WE DO

Interior Design is both creative and technical. We love to tell stories through design, working with your brand to create a space you absolutely love. We collaborate with our clients, our team of Project Managers, site superintendents, and trades to design a space that is functional, within your budget, and speaks to you. We include 3D visualizations in our design package so you can truly envision the space.

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

3D RENDERINGS

BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE

ENGINEERING COORDINATION

PERMIT APPLICATION

CUSTOM MILLWORK

FF&E PACKAGE

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

À LA CARTE ADD-ONS

3D RENDERINGS

CUSTOM MILLWORK

PERMIT APPLICATION

FURNITURE PROCUREMENT

BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE

FAQ

Still Have Questions?

Our comprehensive service package covers all stages of your project, from initial concept development and detailed design planning to material selection, construction oversight, and final walkthroughs. We ensure seamless integration of all design elements, manage timelines and contractors, and keep you updated with regular progress reports.

We start with a detailed project plan, outlining all tasks, timelines, and budgets. Regular monitoring and early identification of potential deviations allow us to make adjustments proactively. We maintain open communication with all parties involved, ensuring any changes are agreed upon and efficiently implemented to minimize impacts on budget and schedule.

Absolutely. We pride ourselves on our ability to collaborate effectively with your chosen architects and contractors. Our goal is to function as a cohesive team, ensuring that your vision is realized precisely while maintaining the highest standards of quality and efficiency

When unexpected issues arise, our first step is to assess the situation thoroughly, considering all potential impacts on the project. We then present you with options, including our recommended solution, considering time, cost, and quality. Once we decide on a course of action together, we swiftly implement the solution, keeping you informed throughout the process.

Sustainability is at the core of our design philosophy. We prioritize the use of sustainable materials, energy-efficient lighting and appliances, and innovative designs that maximize natural light and ventilation. Our aim is not only to create beautiful spaces but also to ensure they are environmentally responsible and cost-effective to operate.

NEXT STEPS

We are excited to learn about you and your next project, and we invite you to connect with us through a consultation call. You can easily book your call on our online calendar by clicking here. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Commercial Interior Design Tips

As an interior designer who focuses on business spaces, I’ve had the chance to work on many different projects, ranging from modern corporate offices to warm healthcare facilities and hip restaurants. I find commercial interior design to be very interesting because it lets me use my imagination and knowledge of how people interact with their surroundings. I’ll talk about how I’ve come up with inspiring spaces for different types of businesses in this piece.

Office and Workspace Interior Design

Making working spaces that not only look great but also make people more productive and healthy is one of the best parts of my job. Before I start an office design job, I always learn about the company’s values, culture, and how things are done. I can use this information to make a place that fits their brand and meets their specific needs.

I’ve seen a change toward more flexible and collaborative workspaces over the past few years. More and more people like open floor plans, modular furniture, and places that can be used for more than one thing. This is because they are easy to change and help people work together. I love using things like adjustable desks, cozy breakout areas, and lots of natural light to make a space that is both comfy and energizing.

The biophilic design style, which brings nature into the workplace, is another one I like. I can make a relaxing space that lowers stress and improves air quality by adding indoor plants, living walls, and natural materials like wood and stone. You wouldn’t believe how a few strategically put plants can turn a dull office into a lively, friendly place.

Office and Workspace Interior Design

Healthcare Facility Interior Design

Healthcare facility design is a unique task that needs to find the perfect balance between comfort, safety, and functionality. When I work on a project in a hospital or clinic, my main goal is to make a healing space that helps patients get better and supports the work of medical staff.

A key part of hospital interior design is evidence-based design. By using colors that are calming, natural light, and materials that block out noise, as shown in studies, I can make spaces that make patients feel better and help them do better. I also pay close attention to making sure that patients and guests can easily find their way around the building without any extra stress.

Making a pediatric ward that felt more like a fun adventure than a hospital stay was one of my favorite healthcare design jobs. I made the room feel warm and inviting for young patients by using happy colors, interactive art, and comfortable furniture. Seeing the joy on their faces as they discovered their new surroundings was something I will never forget.
Interior design for hotels and other places of business

Healthcare Facility Interior Design

Hotel and Hospitality Interior Design

When I work on hotel and hospitality design, I want to make places where people can have a memorable and luxurious time. I want them to feel like they’re in a world of comfort and style as soon as they walk into the entrance.

Making people feel like they are in a place is an important part of good hospitality design. I love using art, materials, and cultural references from the area to give each home a unique look that fits its surroundings. I try to make a design story that connects guests with the spirit of their surroundings, whether it’s a beachfront resort or a small hotel in the middle of the city.

Lighting is another important part of designing for hotels. Ambient, task, and accent lighting are all used together to make the room feel warm and welcoming. The lighting changes based on the time of day and the needs of my guests. In the bedrooms, soft, diffused light helps you sleep, while in the bathrooms and workspaces, brighter, focused light makes things easier to do.

Hotel and Hospitality
Image by @hospitalitydesign

Restaurant and Cafe Interior Design

When you design restaurants and cafes, you want to make sure that the food you serve is unique and appeals to all of your senses. I want customers to be pulled in by the warm atmosphere, tantalizing smells, and beautiful decor as soon as they walk through the door.

Before I start designing a restaurant, I work closely with the chef and owner to learn about their food concept and the people they want to attract. This helps me design a place that goes well with the menu and attracts the kind of customers I want. Every part of the design should fit with the general idea, whether it’s a cozy neighborhood café or a fancy restaurant.

The open kitchen idea is a trend I’ve liked working with because it lets customers see the chefs at work and makes them feel more involved in the food preparation process. I can make a fun and interesting dining experience that keeps people going back for more by using things like counter seating, interactive displays, and smart lighting.

Restaurant and Cafe
Image by @cafe.restaurant.design

Retail Store and Boutique Interior Design

Interior design is a big part of retail because it helps bring in customers and show off goods in the best way possible. My goal when I work on a retail project is to make a place that tells a strong brand story and makes people want to look around and interact with the products.

The layout of the place is one of the first things I look at. I can help customers find their way around the room and draw attention to important product displays by making the flow clear and easy to follow. I also use a variety of lighting, color, and texture to make the store look interesting and draw attention to certain areas.

Creating a sense of finding and surprise is another important part of retail design. I can make shopping fun and memorable by adding engaging elements like digital displays, custom fixtures, and immersive installations. This will help the store stand out from others in the same category. It’s all about making a place that feels new, exciting, and fits the brand’s personality.

Retail Store and Boutique
Image by @armindecor_store

In conclusion

Commercial interior design is a fast-paced and gratifying field that lets me make places that motivate, interest, and improve people’s lives. My goal is always to make a space that tells a story and makes an impact that lasts, whether I’m working on a sleek office, a healing healthcare facility, a luxurious hotel, a trendy restaurant, or a warm retail store.

I can make business interiors that are not only beautiful but also useful and meaningful by keeping up with the latest design trends, using evidence-based principles, and working closely with clients. And I’m excited to keep pushing the limits of what’s possible in business interior design. It’s an honor to be able to shape the places where people work, heal, relax, eat, and shop.