MKDA Miami is a licensed architectural firm authorized to practice in the state of Florida. MKDA provides architecture across numerous practice areas, including hospitality, mixed-use, commercial and residential. The MKDA Architecture Studio is frequently recognized for its inventive concepts and the quality of its technical application.
MKDA is an Interior Design magazine Top 100 Interior Design Giant. We are a leader in the design of interiors and seek to deliver visually meaningful environments that respond to the unique needs of users. MKDA provides interiors services across practice areas that include office, hospitality, retail and residential.
We streamline the brand integration process for clients through the provision of corporate branding services. Our creative teams can help develop and design your graphic brand identity and then bring this brand to life through interior design. Our goal is to integrate your 2D brand into the 3D environment. Services include:
MKDA was one of the first firms of its kind to integrate total project management into its line of services. Our commitment to clients goes beyond providing smart solutions and designs. From meetings with real estate professionals, interior design, space planning, furniture design and selection, to coordinating the client move in, we don’t consider our job done until we have produced solutions that can be realized within our clients’ schedules and budgets. This longstanding and deep respect for our clients’ interests has resulted in a well-honed approach for maintaining budgets and schedules that gives our clients the peace of mind they need during the complex process of securing and building out their interior environment.
MKDA retains LEED-accredited professionals that are committed to designing interior spaces for sustainability following the guidelines for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Commercial Interiors (CI).
The importance of a healthy work environment is now the rule rather than the exception. Energy conservation, health, and quality of life are primary issues in all aspects of the planning and design process, including materials selection, lighting design and creating access to natural light-filled spaces for employees. Our approach involves, among other initiatives, use of: