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The commercial building category is very diverse. Cartwright AEC has a rich history of designing all kinds of commercial spaces ranging from office, sales & retail, restaurants, service, and storage to logistic centers. Great commercial architecture encompasses a range of characteristics and design principles that contribute to the success, functionality, and appeal of commercial buildings. Some key features of great commercial architecture include:


  • Iconic Design: Great commercial architecture often features innovative and iconic design elements that make a bold statement and set the building apart from its surroundings.

  • Functionality: Commercial buildings are designed with a focus on functionality and efficiency, including well-planned layouts, flexible spaces, and easy navigation for occupants and visitors.

  • Sustainability: Sustainable design practices, such as energy-efficient systems, green building materials, and environmentally conscious features, are integrated into great commercial architecture to minimize environmental impact and promote sustainability.

  • Connectivity: Commercial buildings that prioritize connectivity to transportation, amenities, and public spaces create a vibrant and accessible environment for occupants, visitors, and the surrounding community.

  • Adaptability: Great commercial architecture allows for adaptability and future flexibility to accommodate changing needs, technologies, and market trends over time.

  • Brand Identity: Commercial buildings are designed to reflect the brand identity and values of the businesses they house, creating a cohesive and recognizable image for occupants and visitors.

  • User Experience: Great commercial architecture considers the needs and experiences of building occupants, employees, customers, and visitors to create a welcoming, comfortable, and engaging environment.

  • Durability and Quality: Commercial buildings are constructed with high-quality materials and craftsmanship to ensure long-term durability, functionality, and aesthetic appeal. 

  • Innovation: Great commercial architecture embraces innovation in design, construction techniques, and technology to create cutting-edge and forward-thinking buildings that push the boundaries of traditional architecture.


By incorporating these characteristics into commercial architecture projects, architects and developers can create buildings that not only meet the practical needs of businesses and occupants but also contribute to the overall vibrancy, sustainability, and success of the built environment.


  • Office Buildings

  • Mixed-Use Buildings

  • Mixed-Use Development

  • Food Service

  • Concrete Tilt Flex Buildings

  • Manufactured Metal Building Flex Buildings

  • Grocery Stores

  • Convenience Store

  • Automotive Sales and Service

  • Restaurants

  • Storage Buildings

  • Logistic Centers

  • Carwash Buildings

  • Retail Building

  • Tenant Improvement Projects

  • Assembly and Lecture Halls

  • Recreation Facilities

  • Existing Building Use Adaptations

  • Structural Upgrades to Existing Buildings

  • Remodel Projects


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