Integrated Millwork Solutions

Gone are the days when designers simply located a reception desk in a reception room and glued a logo to the wall.  Clients see these spaces more like statements of corporate style and culture, their corporate identity and even hospitality areas for meeting and greeting.  Designers are responding with beautiful complex designs that still contain the reception desk but now with integrated lighting and wiring, hospitality features like beverage service, flat screens for corporate culture, history or cross selling of services.  Wall panel displays set the tone in veneer with mixed metal detailing, logos are mounted on coordinated fabrics fabricated in burnished metals or etched in glass with concealed edge lighting.  Board Rooms feature the table, side seating, wall paneling, integrated flat screens and coordinated credenzas for material storage and AV gear.  These ideas call for an integrated millwork solution with a collaborative team approach.  You are the designer. Acacia is that team. 

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