Pedro Ayala to Lead Design Strategies for Kimball Office in Western Region

JASPER, Ind. (July 24, 2012) — In a move to strengthen Kimball Office’s interaction with local and regional A&D communities, the manufacturer has promoted Pedro Ayala to western director of architecture and design strategies.

In his new role, Ayala will provide market input for product and showroom designs, as well increase awareness of Kimball Office’s solutions, breadth of products and sustainability initiatives throughout the country, west of Chicago. “Since joining Kimball Office two years ago, I’ve seen the design community throughout the region become more familiar with Kimball Office’s capabilities and sustainable message. I’m looking forward to taking this message to new designers and design firms throughout the country, and sharing the innovative solutions available through Kimball Office,” said Ayala.

Ayala received his degree in architecture from the University of Houston in Texas, is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), U.S. Green Building Council and International Interior Designers Association.

Georgy Olivieri will continue as the eastern director of architecture, design and sustainability strategies, and focus on leading developing continuing education programs and building corporate social responsibility initiatives.

About Kimball Office
Kimball(R) Office has been transforming workspaces for over 40 years, with an ever-widening breadth of relevant, sustainable office furniture solutions. As one of America’s most respected environmentally-conscious contract office furniture manufacturers, they provide architects, designers, facility managers, and employers with open plan system solutions, both modern and classic desking, and a range of seating options. The company is a brand unit of Kimball International Inc., (NASDAQ: KBALB), a $1.2 billion publicly traded company headquartered in Jasper, Ind. Learn how Kimball Office is changing workspaces by visiting

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