Commercial space requires a flexible interior planning, combining multifunctional purposes. The primary idea must exhibit an integrity of an indoor space throughout a skillful arrangement of decorations with their symmetries and asymmetries. Every project is customized to each client’s individual needs. Of course, there are, at least, several components contributing to the final result such as available area, cubature, or sunlight exposition. Rooms and areas with limited access of daylight involve complementing artificial lighting solutions.
Commercial indoor space is related to modern buildings with glass curtain facades, equipped with innovative installations, and conventional, or even historic buildings.
The final visual impression consists of perfectly arranged contrasts and shadows, shapes and surfaces, colors, textures and patterns, lighting and furniture layouts.