Manhattan-based architecture design with consistency, authenticity and integrity
Andre Kikoski Architect is an award-winning, Manhattan-based architecture and design firm that is committed to artistry and innovation regardless of budget, genre or challenge. Their goal is to provide exceptional client service in terms of the conceptual clarity and financial transparency of all aspects of their work. The firm's projects are always rooted within a single idea, which allows them to design with consistency, authenticity and integrity. They work in whatever style or language is best suited to their client's concept, and create affordable spaces, buildings, and objects that are inventive, unique, and memorable. As well, they are rigorous in their understanding of the true cost implications of their work, and in sharing that information with clients to empower them to make better decisions and ultimately more successful projects.
Andre Kikoski Architect's passion for material research, detail-orientation, and client-centric approach have won the firm projects in a wide range of categories - from exquisite private residences to award-winning arts and cultural institutions, as well as signature hospitality and commercial real estate projects. they routinely partner with renowned global brands to express their core identities through their work, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Starwood Hotels, Swarovski Crystal, and Ligne Roset.
And while they are fortunate to achieve success with some of the world's most iconic buildings, brands, and institutions, they pride themselves on their ability to achieve dramatic results with modest means. They are well-versed in designing to a tight budget and schedule; in fact they excel at this precise challenge. Ultimately their objective is simple -- to create a singular design solution with the highest levels of aesthetics and financial performance.
To demonstrate their forward thinking philosophy they include the following two projects -- The Wright, completed in December 2010, and The Wyckoff Exchange, completed in January 2011.