Artwork at Capital One Hall Level 5 Balcony
When he started making art in the 1970s, David Knopp studied representational life drawing. Perhaps that’s one reason his benches resemble sculpted, reclining anthropomorphic forms.
Artwork at Capital One Hall Street Level and Boardroom
Artwork from Susan Goldman featured inside Capital One Hall
Follow the Evolution Series at Capital One Hall
Video Series with Andrew Savoia at the Capital One Hall
Jon Isherwood "The Fibonacci Duet"
Named after the Italian mathematician, the Fibonacci Sequence inspires Jon Isherwood’s newest artwork in the Sculpture Park, located at Capital One Center in Tysons.
Green Roofs at Capital One Center
The Perch, our rooftop park, adheres to the highest standards in sustainability. Learn more about our green roofs and local beehives.
Native Species at Capital One Center
Capital One Center visitors will encounter many native, non-invasive species throughout our campus. The strategy behind our landscaping centers around each plants’ environmental impact.
A Metroable, Bikeable Destination at Capital One Center
Capital One Center’s #CommitmentToGreen encompasses our strategy to achieve the highest levels of sustainable design at our Tysons campus and support regional environmental programs. We are proud to showcase how easy it is to use the Silverline Metro to visit our campus.