Furntiure That Means Business

  • mission

    Creating

    Workspaces

    That Move People

    We design and plan workspaces that connect:

     

    ...people to productivity,

    ...talent to brand and vision,

    ...individuals to professional purpose,

    ...and business needs to budgets and flexibility.

  • method

    We Transform

    Design Into

    An Experience

    Design is powerful when it delivers more than the sum of its parts. Our workspaces tap into the hidden potential of design to support talent, engage professional communities, and touch the heart and soul of workspaces.

  • make it personal

    Uniquely Created for Humans,

    By Humans

    Workspaces that rely on systems ignore human innovation and fall short. We take this personally. We know systems inside and out. We also know the latest science, research and planning. But through our intuition, passion, wisdom, and personal touch—our workspaces never feel like a “system”. They do, however, work like a system on a balance sheet.

  • beyond any measure

    Beyond

    Any

    Measure

    We look beyond typical measures. Square footages, budget line items and inventory spreadsheets are critical. But we know the most important measure of all is “the space and time” between project launch and final installation—getting it all done right.

  • who we are

    Diana Keller

    Beth Goff-McMillan

    SKG is a certified Women's Business Enterprise

    Diana Keller co-founded the company in 1996. She is skilled at connecting and developing key relationships throughout the community, which has helped grow the business. These can be vendor and manufacturer relationships, or simply people she knows who could benefit from being introduced. Diana is a practitioner of impeccable customer service and approaches each project as a way to achieve a successful outcome for the client. She is a devotee of design with an ability to understand the subtle functional elements we take for granted in our daily lives. Diana is a member of the University of Texas School of Architecture Advisory Council and she serves on the board of the Charles Moore Foundation.

    Beth Goff-McMillan understands it’s not just furniture. Where and how employees work has everything to do with their level of engagement, which ultimately results in an organization’s success. She started on her journey with Knoll as part of the distribution channel, moved to manufacturing, was the market leader and Regional Manager for Knoll, and has brought her experience full circle as a dealer principal. Beth’s goal is to solve problems before they arise and set businesses up for success. She is focused on process improvement, strategic planning, and ensuring clients receive their maximum return by focusing on the their business objectives. Beth is a Henry Crown Fellow of Aspen Institute, member of Austin Chapter YPO, serves on Advisory Boards, and helps her children run their service project, Caped in Love.

  • where we are

    SKG Austin

    6301 E. Stassney Lane | Bldg. 9-100

    Austin, Texas  78744-3069

     

    (512) 481-1500

    SKG San Antonio

    1627 Broadway

    San Antonio, Texas  78215

     

    (210) 320-2500

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