Commercial Interior

Turn your workspace into a profit center. Unlock the power of design to enhance employee productivity, attract top talent, and boost your bottom line. We create interior that tells your story, resonates with your customers, and builds your brand loyalty.

Commercial interiors are the spaces where businesses come to life. They're more than just walls and furniture; they're the stage where brands showcase their identity, employees collaborate and thrive, and customers engage and experience.

Here are a few key things to consider when designing a commercial space:

1. Function:

2. Brand identity:

- The interior design should reflect the brand's personality and values. This could be achieved through the use of colors, textures, furniture, and even artwork.

3. Sustainability:

- More and more businesses are incorporating sustainable practices into their operations, and this extends to their interior design. This could involve using recycled materials, energy-efficient lighting, and low-VOC finishes.

4. Technology:

- Technology is playing an increasingly important role in commercial interiors. This could include things like smart lighting systems, video conferencing equipment, and digital signage.

5. Employee well-being:

- In today's competitive job market, it's more important than ever to create a workspace that is comfortable, stimulating, and healthy for employees. This could involve providing access to natural light, ergonomic furniture, and break areas.


Layout Planning
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Design Planning


Steps For Hasslefree & Convenient Process
Initial discussion

Develop a list of open-ended questions to gather information about vision for the space,budget, timeline, and any specific needs.

Layout planning

Layout planning is the backbone of any successful commercial interior design project. It's about optimising the space to maximise functionality, flow, and user experience, all while reflecting the brand identity and business goals. Analyse the number of employees, workflow patterns, and equipment needs to determine the size and type of necessary spaces.

Estimate proposal

Organise the estimated costs by phase and category in a clear and easy-to-understand table. Design team fees, contractor fees, project management fees etc., will be considered.

3D planning

Break down the project into phases- concept design, detailed design, construction administration and specify deliverables for each phase (e.g., mood boards, floor plans, 3D renderings, material specifications).


Arrange for furniture delivery and installation according to the approved design. Complete any finishing touches like artwork, signage, and decorative elements.