The commercial architecture of a business plays a number of roles in the business itself, though most are subtle. People tend to pay more attention to the architecture of a home, because it is a place where someone lives and spends the majority of their time. However, most people spend ample amounts of time at work—in some cases more than they do at home—which means the quality of commercial architecture is equally as important.


Just think about it—if you’re going to work every day in a drab, dark, boxy, uninspired building, will you be more motivated to work harder and appreciate your job? Or would you be more inspired in a beautifully designed office, with unique angles and design flourishes everywhere? These questions are critical for both employees and employers to consider when it comes to commercial architecture and the businesses that will thrive within it.