INTERIOR DESIGN OF COMMERCIAL SPACES – ADVANCED DIPLOMA
A well-designed work area is a key component for realizing business objectives and every commercial design project involves precise and unique requirements that must be met in order for the space to successfully support the activities of its particular context.
When constructing an interior for commercial use, many additional factors must be considered that are not addressed in traditional residential work. From the flooring to the fabric, and upholstery to the finishes, the flow and traffic patterns of any office venue must be considered in order for the space to be truly successful in all aspects of its design.
Commercial interior designers are called upon to create or modify industrial plants, office buildings, governmental spaces, retail spaces, warehouses and in some cases residential areas. The work in their field is dynamic and diverse, allowing for their creativity to be consistently challenged and their practice to remain a vibrant source of employment. Commercial interior designers work to create engaging spatial environments such as cafes, bars, exhibition spaces, hotels, theatre and film houses, resorts, restaurants, as well as office workspaces to name a few. The Advanced Diploma in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces allows students to approach these diverse spaces with both a theoretical and practical perspective, developing designs that allow for commercial spaces to truly function at their full potential.