Practicality is the common thread when designing a commercial space. These spaces must function like well-oiled machines.
Understanding the impact of light, space, shape and form are paramount in the planning stage of any commercial design, ensuring that all these elements are considered and work in unison. I am interested in the identity of a building’s personality, and the inhabitants who will be residing/working in it. The pleasure is finding a marriage between the two.
For me inspiration should be project based. A recent commercial space I worked on was in a historical building in Auckland. It featured existing arch sash windows, steel and concrete. My design reflected this, resulting in a harmonious and upbeat New York style loft office space.
I like the space to tell a story reflecting the business…case in point, transforming a tired 1940’s building into a charming and inviting local pub and restaurant with a county theme, which reflected the owner’s lifestyle and vision.
- Kitchen, wardrobe & bathroom design
- Space planning
- Integrated design services with architects and builders
- New builds, renovations
- Colour consultation interior & exterior
- Bathroom fittings
- Flooring options
- Window treatments
- Lighting selection
- Product Sourcing
- Furniture, art and accessory selection
- Custom made furniture design
- Interior décor styling