• Commercial Interior Design

    Great space is not branding - great feeling is! We don't just design your space, we make you feel good! It’s not a secret that the built environment greatly affects human behavior, emotional and physical health, and our overall well-being. It is our responsibility to work together with our client (you) on creating a built environment that enhances human experience and improves our emotional and physical health.

    Combined years of experience in commercial architectural design and access to any architecture style (sleek and contemporary to traditional) will be at your disposal when you choose us as your creative partner.

    Increased portion of our work is the design of restaurants, retail showrooms, hotels, salons and spas. We also design corporate interiors and work a lot with developers. Our clients recognize that customers "buy with their eyes" and that powerful branding has to be embodied in the design from the start. Please view some samples in our design portfolio on the left. We would love to hear about your commercial interior or other design needs and ideas!

  • Unexpected Interior Design Solutions in Usual Spaces – Commercial Interior Design News

    In our Commercial Interior Design September 2014 newsletter we would like to share a few fresh design solutions for your typical businesses. You will see interior design of a bank, a cafe, a school and a few different types of stores.  You can find this and other interesting design ideas on our Blog.

    unexpected interior design solutions september 2014

    In our Green News corner, learn about the future of solar technology and how glass towers could soon become giant transparent solar cells.

    To ask us questions about your commercial interior design project or to get a free consultation from Mindful Design Consulting, click HERE.

    Also, take a look at “Branding By Interior” e-book, the only book written on this subject at this time. It brings insight on how you can turn your business into a market-dominating competitor by using human cognitive responses.

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