Two (or three) heads are better than one. This philosophy echoes in our corporate culture. Every design project is managed by a team.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB)
April 01, 2017
Pineapple House Interior Design founder Stephen Pararo has provided the vision for the award-winning design company for 35 years. In this time, Pineapple House has earned a number of honors and awards – as well as the distinction of being managed by family members. Pararo’s sister, Cynthia Pararo, joined Pineapple House 25 years ago as the Chief Operations Officer, and 17 years ago, sister-in-law Sharon Pararo joined the team as the Chief Financial Officer. For six years, from 2002 – 2008, Pararo’s younger brother David (Sharon’s husband) was the firm’s Construction Manager.
Home Accents Today explored the Pararo’s influence on Pineapple House in a February, 2017 feature. The article highlights the dynamics inherent in working with family in the design industry.
A successful business takes a lot of work and dedication. To that end, family members tend to help and support each other 24/7. “Two (or three) heads are better than one,” states COO Cynthia Pararo. “This philosophy echoes in our corporate culture. Every design project is managed by a team – generally a lead designer and a project manager – and they have support when they need it via our other designers, our back office and our installers. The designers and staff are always there for each other. “
The style, finesse and dedication of the designers and family have resulted in a number of interior architecture and interior design honors on Pineapple House’s curriculum vitae: