Menu

WE DO MORE THAN SELL FURNITURE WE UNDERSTAND SPACE

Click to Play

 

Superior products. Timeless designs. Authorized dealers of over 150 manufacturers and Central Florida’s only Knoll dealer.

BETTER WORKPLACES INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTS

At Beaux-Arts Group we incorporate smart design, superior products and innovative thinking to create high-performance workplace interiors. Created by architects, our collaborative approach to commercial furniture and office environments produces true synergy between the building and the areas within.

We invite you to view our new workspace gallery in Virtual Reality with our new Beaux-Arts Group 3D Experience. Immerse yourself in our capabilities, and your possibilities.

 

UNMATCHED EXPERIENCE

Design decisions, budgets and deadlines are all critical to any commercial furniture or workspace interior project. The team at Beaux-Arts Group is uniquely qualified with AIA, IIDA and ASID licensed experts to help you navigate the way. With more than 30 years of experience, we are here to help you confidently and effectively manage even the most complex office interior projects.

We understand that each client profile and objective is unique. Each requires scalable options and custom solutions. This is where Beaux-Arts Group truly excels. Our approach goes beyond furniture selection. We carefully evaluate your organization’s vision, and how it intersects with the office environment.

Our goal is to help organizations of all sizes improve employee satisfaction, develop corporate culture and improve performance.

Featured Blog
Beaux-Arts Group: Karen Spotlight

Meet Karen Giunta, Workplace Design Consultant, who’s been creating inspiring, healthy, productive workspaces for the clients at Beaux-Arts Group since 2013. With more than 25 years of professional experience in interior design and commercial construction, Karen designs and produces unique solutions to maximize the benefits for employees as well as employers in workspace design. We sat down with Karen to discuss design, architecture, and why putting the cart before the horse might be a good idea.

Read More