Creating inspiring office spaces with innovative design solutions
We are a commercial interior design company, specialising in leading edge office interior design and fit out services that bring to life your business’ vision, enhance your employees’ experience and boost productivity in your workplace.
With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, our expert team has been delivering innovative and functional commercial office fitout and refurbishment services for Australian businesses across a wide range of industry sectors.
Bespoke and creative designs
Realise significant benefits with one of Australia's leading commercial interior designers
When you partner with Bowen Interiors as your commercial interior designer, we work with you to help realise significant benefits for your organisation.
Inspire creativity and foster productivity
Balance your functional needs with a modern design aesthetic
Maximising your investment, while delivering to your budget
Complete your commercial project at a faster pace
Reduce stress and have peace of mind
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Our commercial interior design approach helps your workplace thrive
Phase 1: Strategy
Our commercial interior designs focus on setting the tone and telling the story of your business. Strategic considerations form a pivotal role and include designs that display success, professionalism, a strong culture and a result-oriented work ethic.
A successful commercial design will impress your clients, suppliers and visitors and will improve employee engagement and motivation levels. The driving motivation behind a strategically designed commercial space is a tangible increase in productivity and efficiency.
Through seamless integration of workspace planning, brand alignment, architectural design, furniture selection and project management, we’ll make your workplace work for you.
Phase 2: Planning and Consultation
Phase 3: Design and Layout
Phase 4: Complete specification
Ready to discuss your office design with one of Australia's leading commercial interior designers?
Frequently asked questions
Commercial interior design refers to the design and creation of workplaces and work environments by balancing the functional needs and aesthetic preferences of a business. Commercial interior design is a critical component of a commercial fit out project or refurbishment. That’s because it drives the initial phases of a commercial fit out project.
Commercial interior design and construction companies are professionals who design, create, direct and manage the construction of commercial spaces.
A commercial interior designer helps their clients define their goals, agree a design direction and the necessary materials, colour schemes, furniture and furnishings that align with the brand and culture of a business.
The role and responsibilities of a commercial interior design and construction firm include:
- Understand and be able to articulate and visualise the culture and brand of a company in physical spaces
- Develop a Space plan that maximises the available space and optimises productivity
- Draw schematics, blueprints and develop 3D renders
- Ensure a physical structure is up to code
- Manage and deliver the construction, renovation, refurbishment and fit out process
- Project management and time management
- Adhere to a project budget
- Stay up to date with global and industry trends.
Commercial interior design refers to the design and creation of workplaces and work environments. Residential interior design refers to creating spaces that people live in, including home and living spaces, residential houses and apartments. Residential interior designers collaborate with individuals, couples or families to design and create functional living spaces in line with the aesthetic of their clients. The main difference is that commercial interior design creates functional commercial spaces to work in, whereas residential interior design creates functional private spaces to primarily live in. This is an important difference because the different purposes drive different interior design approaches.
Space planning, sometimes referred to as spatial planning, refers to the process of defining the purpose, functional requirements, and layout of a commercial building or space. Space planning categorises each of the available spaces, defines the intended purpose of each space, and maps the flow of the spaces in terms of foot traffic and circulation. It enables a cohesive sense of form and function, ensuring intentionality behind all decision-making.
There are many different commercial interior design types, some of which include:
- Corporate office interior design, can include office building, office spaces
- Hospitality interior design, sometimes called Food & Beverage interior design, can include restaurants, cafes and bistros
- Healthcare interior design, sometimes called Medical interior design, can include hospitals, aged care facilities, waiting rooms
- Athletic venues, sometimes called Sporting Organisations, can include stadiums, sports halls, gyms, venues
- Automotive interior design, which can include car showrooms, production facilities and training facilities, and
- Education interior design, which can include learning and office administration spaces for schools, universities and training providers.
The costs associated with commercial interior design varies based on the size and scope of your commercial project.
Factors that affect a project cost include:
- Size and scope of the overall project
- The timeline of the project
- Layout and types of rooms
- Types of materials, furnishings and technology requirements, as well as their accessibility or procurement requirements
- Custom elements designed and manufactured
- Construction costs, and
- Consultation fees, design fees, project management fees, usually structured as per hour or per project cost quoted by commercial interior designer.
Want to understand how much commercial interior design would cost for your project? Contact us for a free quote.
Engaging a commercial interior designer can add a variety of benefits your business can leverage. That’s why choosing the right one for you is so important.
As you are assessing commercial interior designers, make sure you look at the following:
- A concise description of how the interior designer will work with you
- The process for assessing project costs
- Portfolios of completed projects, including any relevant projects for businesses in the same or similar industries as you
- The types of questions the prospective interior designer asks you about your business, goals and culture
- Whether there is a cultural fit between you and the prospective interior designers, i.e. will you be able to collaborate and work well together.
The best way to decide if we are the best fit for you is to talk to us!