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The exterior and the interior design of an office is a reflection of the business/company it houses.

  • Renovating a business doesn’t require changing the whole brand, flow, or dynamic. Even a small upgrade can give a workspace or office better ambiance and may increase productivity.

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Commercial Interior Design

Commercial interior design in Malaysia can be considered as a specialised sector. It is utmost important to engage experienced commercial renovation contractors as this will ensure all relevant submissions are done correctly, all regulations and guidelines are followed accordingly in order not to affect the commencement of works and all works can proceed without any disruptions.

Many of these commercial projects take place in public buildings such as shopping malls, office buildings, etc. Due to the focus on work safety, extremely stringent submissions and thorough checks are implemented by building managements. It is also common for some building managements to restrict the use of certain materials in commercial interior design, usually applicable only to the shopfront. These restrictions are usually implemented to reduce the possibility of damage to the shopfront, which if left unattended by the shop operators may affect the image of the mall. A professional commercial interior designer in Malaysia will be looking at ensuring that these restrictions are met.

One of the more common entities in commercial renovation is office space. As there are many different types of businesses which requires an office space for their daily operations, they depend highly on the office renovation contractor to get the job done correctly and completed on time. Every business type may have their own unique needs and requirements, it is important for the interior designer to fully understand the crucial factors in the entire business operation so that the proposals will allow smooth interaction between some of the key personnel in the business operations. It is important that you find commercial interior contractors who are professional.

Let’s begin with the focus of most consumers when it comes to office interior design in Malaysia. Space management, furniture, colour scheme, lighting, storage, conference room and reception are some of the common items highlighted by consumers they would like to pay much attention on when it comes to their office design. However, there are certain important issues that need to be ironed-out before any of the above can be put in place.

Corporate identity –The brand of the company must be prominently reflected in the overall design of the premises. This is to ensure that anyone entering the premises can feel the brand presence of the business.

Relations within the space –Take into consideration the working relationships between each department and how they should interact with each other. This is crucial in ensuring a smooth workflow between every individual within the organisation.

User experience – With many companies especially multinational corporations trying to emulate the concept of Google’s office design in Malaysia, one must first understand the concept of user experience and comfort. What Google tried to achieve was to create an environment for the staff to feel comfortable and attached so that they can perform their tasks in the most conducive environment possible, which in their case, worked to perfection.

Plan with future in mind – One of the most important factors for office renovation is to cater for future expansions. Many times, we have seen companies struggling to find appropriate space to house new staffs when an expansion program was put in place. Bear in mind that planning for future does not necessary mean setting aside vacant space to accommodate for such future plans as this may suggest ineffective usage of available space.