Commercial interior design requires experience working with a different set of materials that can withstand the wear and tear of commercial applications. Spaceplanning workstations, material specifications, and ADA requirements are all utilized to create the perfect office space to fit your needs.
This 6000sf corporate headquarters features cubicle workstations, private offices, a reception area, multi use meeting area, and kitchen on the main floor. The second floor housed their corporate conference room, private executive offices, bathrooms, Kitchen & Living room gathering space for collaborative meetings within a more casual setting. Custom desks and office chairs were designed for the owners office along with a large 4 piece conference table which can be taken apart and adapted into 4 smaller work stations as needed. The conference room also featured custom tree silhouette cut outs which added a design element and privacy, dividing the conference room from the main stairway. Raised bar tables and a comfortable seating area were used within the open expanse of the "living room" to create a place for less formal gatherings. Reclaimed vintage tin was added to the ceiling along with led rope lighting that can change colors and a focal point branch chandalier.