Interior design in hospitality centers primarily on service industries including hotels, restaurants, cafés, bars, fitness clubs, lounges, spas, and country clubs, among others. The scope of work, budgets, and space planning can be quite complex, so Maimi interior designers who work in hospitality take on quite a bit of responsibility and must be very thoughtful with their design choices.
Hospitality is one of the biggest industries in the world…and it’s also one of the most important branches of commercial design. In today’s post, I explore the booming hospitality industry and reveal why interior design plays a central role in service-driven businesses.
Commercial or hospitality designers have to elevate spaces with a specific style and mood in mind while also maximizing a space’s functionality for financial gain. When it comes to hospitality interiors, business comes first! Commercial interior designers in the hospitality field work in tandem with architects, contractors, and manufacturers to ensure all physical structures and architectural elements are aligned with the client’s vision and business requirements.