wka+d is a full-service architecture and design firm founded by Adam Kois and Maria Wenger Kois. Located in Fanwood, NJ, the firm currently has projects throughout the New York tri-state area, as well as Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, North Carolina and New Hampshire. wka+d has developed a reputation for providing the highest quality of service: program development, budget/cost analysis, design, documentation and construction administration. With an experienced staff of design professionals, wka+d provides each client with personal and dedicated service. By specializing in collaborative, creative problem solving, wka+d is able to help realize client’s projects ranging from furniture to complex residential, commercial and institutional projects. Maria Wenger Kois, AIA partner Maria brings experience to the firm through her many years as an architect in Manhattan. She developed her design and rigorous management skills while working on numerous residential, mixed-use and multi-family projects at some of the finest New York addresses. Maria is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and graduated as valedictorian of the School of Architecture from the Pennsylvania State University. Maria is a registered architect in several states and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Adam Kois, RA partner Prior to establishing wka+d, Adam worked for several well know architects, where he refined his design and custom fabrication skills. Having completed numerous residential, commercial and institutional projects, he has the ability to manage client expectations while delivering complex, thoughtfully designed buildings; all within the constraints of budget and schedule. Adam was raised in a family construction business and has the unique perspective of being able to design a project with a critical understanding of the issues that arise during construction. Originally from Westfield, New Jersey, Adam graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and studied architecture in Rome. He is a registered architect in several states and currently volunteers as a historic preservation commissioner for his town.