Beaux-Arts Group incorporates intelligent design, research, superior products and innovative thinking to create distinctive, high-performance workplace interiors that address the dynamic needs of our clients. Created by architects, our integrated approach to furnishings creates a productive synergy between the building and the areas within.

For over 30 years we’ve been transforming environments into meaningful workspace experiences.


Beaux-Arts Group provides answers to complex workplace challenges such as ergonomics, technology, generation differences, corporate identity and regulatory requirements. Our professionals create fluid areas by selecting furnishings best-suited to the workplace needs of today and those of tomorrow. We do this while still maintaining design integrity that communicates the clients’ images and philosophies through their furnishings.

Leadership Team
William F. Everett, Jr.


William Everett founded The Beaux-Arts Group in 1987 while he was President of Architects South, Inc., an architecture/interior design firm located in New Orleans, LA. He has served as Principal since its inception. In addition to administrative responsibilities he directs the Design and Project Management Departments.

Mr. Everett has practiced architecture for over forty years and has designed millions of square feet of corporate facilities. His development of an architecturally integrated design approach to furnishing solutions is unique and offers clients more intelligently designed workspace solutions.

Mr. Everett attended Tulane University where he received a Masters of Architecture degree. While attending the Tulane School of Architecture he was awarded the Samuel Stanhope Labouisse Memorial Prize in Architecture and was chosen to participate in the much publicized Quarterfront Project which made design recommendations for the controversial area contiguous to the Vieux Carre in New Orleans. This study was funded by The National Endowment for the Arts and had a significant impact on the city’s evaluation of the proposed riverfront expressway.

Mr. Everett has taught architecture and lectured at several universities. He has received several design awards and has served on many municipal committees and boards including being Chairman of the Historic Preservation Board, Member of the Board of Appeals, and while in New Orleans, Director of the New Orleans City Park Board. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and holds a NCARB Certificate.

Anne B. Adams Everett


Ms. Adams Everett directs the activities and management of the Marketing/Sales Department while participating in general administrative decisions.

Ms. Adams Everett has over thirty-five successful years experience in marketing and sales as a Regional Sales Representative with Knoll. Having made the transition from sales for an international furniture manufacturer to distribution gives Ms. Adams Everett unique knowledge in the operations of both business entities. She has managed small to multimillion dollar projects in both the private and public sectors. Through her direction, the Sales/Marketing Department has helped Beaux-Arts Group Contract be consistently recognized as one of the preeminent commercial furniture dealers in the country.

In previous positions as a sales/management trainer and coordinator Ms. Adams Everett taught necessary skills through interactive computer based education and classroom lectures. She further utilized this interactive approach to develop academic and life skills training programs in non-profit community based organizations in Miami, Florida. As part of this activity, she served as a member of the Governor’s Council on Children and Youth. This experience transcends to her current position through her extensive knowledge in the coordination of products and services in the public sector.

An alumnus of Leadership Tampa and Leadership Tampa Bay, Anne has been an active member of her community. Having passion for artistic excellence, she has served on the Boards of several non-profit organizations most of which are tied to education and performing arts.

Ms. Adams Everett attended the International Academy of Design and Technology as well as DePauw University where her focus was on the liberal arts with primary emphasis on music.

Daniel Morter


Daniel Morter


Born and raised in Ohio, Dan relocated to Tampa Florida where he attended the University of South Florida and received a B.S. in Accounting and eventually a Masters of Business Administration in Finance, with dual Minors in Marketing and Information Systems. Specializing in Accounting and Control Systems he held positions as CFO/Controller in several medium sized organizations, updating Accounting and Financial systems.

These positions led to a CFO position with GSV, Florida which became part of the Invatec Company.  He participated in the analysis and acquisition of companies in the Industrial Valve and Machining Segment.  Invatec was purchased by the Flowserve Corporation where Mr. Morter was a Service Division Controller.

Missing the hands on effort in a medium sized organization, Mr. Morter left Flowserve and landed at the Beaux Arts Group in 2005.