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MKDA opens Washington DC office

Interior design and advisory services firm MKDA has opened an interior design studio in Washington, DC.

Kristín Aldan Guðmundsdóttir

The office will be headed by Kristín Aldan Guðmundsdóttir, Intl. Assoc. AIA, who joins MKDA as Executive Managing Director.

Guðmundsdóttir was formerly a Senior Project Designer at Gensler, where she led design projects ranging from large scale high-end law firms to smaller unique historic projects.

Prior to her tenure with Gensler, she owned InnArk, a design firm in Iceland. Her experience in architecture and interior design comprises corporate workplace, retail, hospitality, showroom and residential projects.

“Having partnered with ownerships and corporate clients across the New York Metro Area for over 60 years, we now look to grow our brand by opening offices in strong and stable markets like DC, which will also allow for cross-pollination between our studios and continued growth,” said MKDA President Michael Kleinberg. a

MKDA serves an array of private and public companies nationwide. It has interior design studios in New York and Stamford, and an interior design and architecture studio in Miami that designs hospitality, retail, mixed-use and commercial buildings in the U.S. and the Caribbean.

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