FWIW, the Drop CTRL
low-profile dimensions seem like it might fit in the A1K garage. I don't know if these dimensions include the keycaps (I'm assuming 'yes'). If not, then for a low-profile keyboard it's actually quite tall.
14.5 x 5.5 x 1.4 in (36.8 x 14 x 3.6 cm)
The width and depth are totally fine. The only place where it gets a little iffy is the height. It's really close.
It would be super cool if NovelKeys made a low-profile version of the beige. I'm not a huge fan of exposed switches. I get why they do it, but it's not my thing.
(Of course I don't think I could ever actually use
one of these modern keyboards with the A1K, nor do I have a need. I just find the size comparisons interesting.)
I'll probably get one to use for work with my new MBP M1 Max.