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Companies are expected to respond to their customers’ needs at whatever cost. Add this, follow us here, rework that… all of these requests often causing significant internal challenges. The company that is most flexible and can respond first often wins the race. Designing a facility that is centered on this understanding is one way a company can significantly equip themselves for this reality.

Our solutions can help reduce your day-to-day costs, improve efficiency, enhance aesthetics, save tax dollars, preserve capital, shorten schedules, integrate technology and maximize flexibility.

Haworth Speakers Series: The Power of Design

Written By: Pacific Office Interiors
October 20, 2016
We visited LA's Haworth showroom to hear Stanley Felderman and Nancy Keatinge speak about their successful careers and the future of technology and office design.

TableAir Smart Button for Your Future Workstatioin

Written By: Pacific Office Interiors
October 19, 2016
With TableAir's Smart Button 1, you can convert any standing desk into a connected workstation with several innovative features. Book tables and adjust the height of your workstation with the blink of an eye.

Arper Q&A with POI

Written By: Pacific Office Interiors
October 18, 2016
In this exclusive Q&A, we talk with Arper about their beautiful furniture designs, success as a company, and future plans.

ICW Group

“I know you both stepped into this project late and took on something that was out of your control but I appreciate the effort. I know how much you guys have had to rally to meet deadlines.”

James Duenas

Corporate Interiors

“Thank god for the people from – POI-who turned a difficult delivery and install into a win-win. POI is to be commended for their professionalism!”

Mark Flynn

Cannon Associates

“Your staff was great. All around design and installation. The place looks great. Great job!!”

Michael Cannon / President

Andre Morris & Buttery

“POI spent a lot of time with us working to design the best work areas for our space and purpose.”

Maryellen Simkins