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- COMPANY SIZE
- Playa District, Los Angeles
When Industrious wanted to differentiate their furniture offerings, they turned to Poppin.
Together, we worked to create an inspirational space that provided enterprise-level companies the option to make a beautiful office suite their own. The resulting space needed to be playful, colorful, and filled with personality.
- Colorful, playful spaces that invite imagination
- Comfortable lounges to support varying workstyles
- A furniture partner to help bring spaces to life
- Colorful work zones the unite the entire space
- Block Party Lounges and QT Privacy Lounges to invite new ways to work
- A dedicated team at Poppin to help space plan, offer insight, and handle installation
Find Your Space
Pinnable Privacy Panels offer personal space (and room for personal expression) at every workstation.
Peace + Quiet
QT Privacy Lounges provide a pop of color and dedicated space for productivity.
Quiet Time/Quality Time
QT Privacy Lounge Chairs can be used for private, focused work or impromptu meetings. Just pull up a Tucker Table to get to work!
Poppin has been extremely accommodating and a great partner.
Dani Alderman, Product Marketing Manager
Confer + Conquer
A Series A Scale Table provides space for larger, more formal meetings, while a group of Block Party Lounge Ottomans and Tucker Tables offers room for brainstorms or 1-on-1s.
Series A Scale Tables are designed to grow as large as your conference room
Create an inviting space for brainstorms with casual furniture and a rolling Goal Board
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