Commerce Needs People
Commercial activities, such as shopping or dining out, often overlap with leisure. The design client needs to attract patrons who will spend money for goods and services. Generally, the people accessing the commercial venues are represented as potential consumers.
The further from the entrance to the store, the less distinct the shoppers appear.
It is appropriate that the playing children being watched by their mother from the porch of what appears to be a single family home, were drawn for the sales office of the Stanley Davis Organization, a suburban development company.
The bustle of the Dim Sum restaurant makes it appealing and promises to attract both tourists and locals.