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How Office Furniture Can Affect Productivity in the Workplace

Office spaces have come a long way since the cubicle takeover of the 1980s and 1990s. Interior design is at the forefront of the workplace now and with it, a

Pacific Office Interiors Announce Additions and Promotions to Leadership Team

Pacific Office Interiors (POI), a leading commercial interior consulting firm in Agoura Hills, announced today the promotion of Mindi Faris to Director of Customer Experience. She will be succeeded by

5 Easy Ways to Include Color In Your Workspace

5 Easy Ways to Include Color in Your Workspace According to a 2014 report in the Annual Review of Psychology, color has a unique effect on humans. It has the

Santa Monica College

Santa Monica College The New CMD (Center for Media Design) at Santa Monica College is located in the heart of Silicon Beach. KCRW relocated from their existing location at the main

Haworth Sales Awards Presented to POI Team

In February, Haworth announced 2016 global sales of USD $1.94 billion, a 6.4% increase from 2015. As Haworth continues to create effective solutions for people at work, Pacific Office Interiors

POI Takeaways From Haworth Showroom NeoCon 2017

NeoCon 2017 was one of the best shows to-date,  providing unparalleled access to the latest and most innovative solutions in commercial design! Two of POI’s talented designers, Ingrid and Cindy,

Pacific Office Interiors featured on the cover of ConejoView Magazine

ConejoView Magazine Pacific Office Interiors had the honor of being featured on the cover of The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce’s ConejoView Spring 2017 magazine. The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber

Haworth Names Pacific Office Interiors Best In Class Dealer 2017

Pacific Office Interiors has been awarded Haworth’s 2017 Best In Class Dealer Award. This honor is given only to a select handful of dealers all around the world who meet

Determining Lumbar Support in Task Seating

Lumbar Support The Human Performance Institute at Western Michigan University (WMU) conducted a laboratory study to determine the location and magnitude of lumbar support that a user requires for his/her

Competing Values Framework

The Competing Values Framework was developed initially from research conducted by University of Michigan faculty members on the major indicators of effective organizational performance. Click the image below to read