The type of fit out you need depends on the intended use of the space, the budget, and your personal preferences and requirements.
Some common types of fit out include:
Office fit out: A professional, functional, and comfortable office environment.
Retail fit out: A visually appealing and customer-friendly retail space.
Restaurant fit out: A functional and attractive restaurant space with a well-designed kitchen, seating area, and bathroom facilities.
Healthcare fit out: A safe and functional medical facility with exam rooms, consulting rooms, treatment rooms, and patient waiting areas.
When instructing a commercial designer, it is useful to consider the following:
Objectives: Clearly communicate your goals and desired outcome for the project.
Brand guidelines: Provide any existing brand guidelines or style preferences to ensure consistency in the design.
Target audience: Consider the target audience and what will appeal to them in terms of design and messaging.
Budget and timeline: Discuss the budget and timeline for the project and ensure the designer is aware of any constraints.
Reference materials: Provide any reference materials or inspiration for the design, such as examples of similar designs you admire.
Feedback and revisions: Clearly communicate your expectations for feedback and revisions during the design process.
Final deliverables: Specify the final deliverables you require, such as files in specific formats or resolution.
By keeping these points in mind, you can ensure a smooth and productive design process with clear expectations and outcomes.