Tips to help plan your Commercial conference room design

When designing a conference room, there is no ‘one size fit all’. In fact, conference rooms should be designed and optimized to fit your intended commercial use.

A conference room for a school will almost certainly be different from that of an MNC company. With various considerations it can be difficult to determine the best interior design concept.

Here are some tips and pointers to note from our experience in interior design to help you achieve the right conference room for your needs.

Tip 1: Consider your Audience

Will the conference room used strictly for hosting clients? Or would it be primarily for internal use. If you expect regular outside clientele, it’s impertinent to dress that area to impress. While that translates to higher build cost, the returns from the investment would definitely be proportionate.

Conference hall Singapore
Temasek Polytechnic‘s conference room which is meant for board level meetings. Thus, the scale and furnishes used has to fit the intended use.

After all, investing in your conference room may bolster your odds of attracting and retaining clients. If it is meant for regular office use, then you won’t need it to be impressive. Instead, it should be about utility and comfort.

Tip 2: Enable Self-sufficiency

Size and intended audience aside, the conference room should be self-sufficient. As a room primarily meant for communication, it is important to support various situations that may occur.

Meaning that people should not need to leave midway through the meeting to perform vital tasks. Consider the kind of office supplies needed and what technology should the room be fitted with.

Singapore Conference Hall
Providing multiple charging points to allow staffs to charge their electronic devices

Tip 3: Ask for help

Perhaps it’s an over reliance, but even designers turn to our trusty www.google.com for solutions. However, the key to designing the perfect conference room is acknowledging that you need assistance in designing and building one.

If you don’t have the time to evaluate, plan, much less the expertise, it might be time to seek help. This is where interior design and build services comes in.

Enlisting the help of a interior design and build company doesn’t have to be costly either. (Self Promotion coming up)

Take for example ourselves, in P & A, since we are able to do both interior design and build, the cost would go down since there is less middleman involved. Plus, cross-expertise is available to provide a better result for our clients.


That said, we conclude our weekly issue! We hope this issue of our design and build Singapore series has been informative. Till next time!

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