Commercial Design

Commercial Architecture is its Own Feld of Design, with Unique Concerns and Practices. To Give a Simple Commercial Architecture Definition, it is Architecture Focused Solely on buildings and Spaces that are Used for Commercial Purposes. Both Residential and Commercial Building Design Require Similar Planning and Infrastructural Integrity. But there are key Differences Between the Two, which can be Summed up in Three Main Differences.
Residential Buildings are for People to Live in. Commercial Buildings, on the Other Hand, have Many Purposes that can Affect the Design. Some Commercial Buildings are Businesses or Retail Stores, which Require Specific Design Elements Like:
  1. Reception.
  2. Offices.
  3. Conference.
  4. Pantry & Cafeteria.
  5. Modular Cabins.
Other Examples of Commercial Buildings are Schools, Hospitals, Police Stations, and Government Buildings. Each of these Would Require Different Architecture to Accommodate the Building's Needs. For Example, Hospitals Would Need Operating Rooms, while Schools Would Need a Gymnasium. Each Building also Requires Different Electrical and Plumbing Planning.