SK&A Office

Project Location

Washington D.C.,


MV+A Architects



SK&A Structural Engineers, a well-established Washington DC engineering firm, saw an opportunity to expand and modernize their offices when their neighbors moved out, allowing SK&A to occupy an entire floor of the building.  Their architect, MV+A Architects, leveraged the space of the elevator lobby and an existing conference room to create a flexible, versatile public-facing area for the company using an opening glass wall.

This tenant improvement project focused almost entirely on the newly-acquired areas: office space for about six people, and the elevator lobby. The non-public area of the existing office was updated with new furniture, and the added office space was designed to match.

For their presentation with the outside world, SK&A wanted something a bit more elaborate, more inviting, and above all else, more flexible. Since they were now the exclusive tenant of the floor, they could use the elevator lobby as more than just a reception area.

“The NanaWall gives us a lot more flexibility in the way we use the conference room.”

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