“Fit out” refers to the process of making an interior space ready for occupation. As a common practice, when constructing commercial buildings, the spaces inside are left bare for the occupants to determine the level of refurbishment needed (or fitting out).… Read More »
Renovation, remodeling, restoration, refurbishment – these terms seem to be talking about the same thing. But they aren’t.… Read More »
The core concept of base build, also known as shell and core construction, is that the construction is simply the basic structure of a building. Afterward, a range of build-out and interior construction work is completed before the building is occupied.
Metal stud wall framing, also known as light-gauge steel framing, is an alternative to wood framing and has been standard in commercial construction in the US since the 1950s. Although each method has its plus points, metal stud framing has several aesthetic and functional advantages that make it a popular choice over wood stud. … Read More »
Modern fast-food restaurants are places where dreams collide – meaning that both the food world and the design world join forces to create a unique experience – with the right layout and design scheme, that is…. Read More »