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Andre Kikoski Architect

New York, NY

Andre Kikoski Architect is a Manhattan-based architecture and design firm grounded by enduring architectural principles, driven by innovation and activated by the untapped capabilities of 21st Century technology and craftsmanship. From award-winning work for iconic cultural institutions to ground-up construction with New York's most accomplished entrepreneurs and taste-makers, Andre Kikoski Architect designs buildings and creates private residences that are pure expressions of materiality and artistry, each deeply attuned to the human element inherent to lasting architecture.

Andre Kikoski Architect has completed more than 100 projects and has proudly worked with such renowned entities as The Guggenheim Museum, The Howard Hughes Corporation, The Kohler Companies, Ligne Roset, Saks Fifth Avenue, Swarovski Crystal, The Related Companies at Hudson Yards, and most recently DHA Capital at 75 Kenmare Street.

Andre Kikoski Architect is the recipient of 30 design awards and is featured in more than 700 publications across 27 countries including Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, Fast Company, Interior Design, Surface, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Wallpaper* among others. He was also recently named one of the “Top 20 Biggest Power Players in New York City Real Estate,” by The New York Post, and a “Top 40 Firm in Residential Design,” by Interior Design magazine.

Andre Kikoski AIA, LEED AP, received his Master’s degree in Architecture from Harvard University, where he earned Distinctions for Innovation in Design and Technology. Prior to founding the firm, Andre trained in the offices of I. M. Pei, Richard Meier, and Peter Eisenman. Andre is a Trustee of the Van Alen Institute and Alumni Council Emeritus at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Andre is a frequent lecturer and has spoken at Harvard University, Palm Springs Modernism Week, the New York Times Architectural Digest Home Show, New York University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute, among others.