Hospitality design requires a clear vision and thoughtfully nuanced detail to create a project that is richly experiential and boldly iconic. Recognized for transformative and innovative hospitality projects for over a decade, Andre Kikoski Architect has developed a design process that creates an architecture and design language for successful hospitality environments. This workshop focuses on completed works that realize this process, and create an intimate and tactile experience that is appropriate for public spaces. The workshop will also present insight into ideas and technologies that influence future design, not only in how hospitality spaces are conceptualized, but how they are used, and the works created within them.

Andre Kikoski, AIA, Leed AP is the founder of Andre Kikoski Architect, a Manhattan‐based architecture and design firm. Kikoski's passion for material research, detail‐orientation and client‐focused approach define the thoughtful investigation of design that is his hallmark. The firm's distinguished group of clients span the worlds of the arts, culture, design and commerce, including multiple projects on Manhattan's "Museum Mile," such as The Wright restaurant at the Guggenheim Museum and One Museum Mile at The Museum for African Art.

Andre Kikoski Architect is a Manhattan-based architecture and design firm that is committed to artistry and innovation regardless of budget, genre or challenge. Our passion for material research, our detail-orientation, and our 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 hospitality and commercial real estate projects. We routinely partner with renowned global brands to express their core identities through our work.


Our projects are rooted within a single concept and idea. We design with consistency, authenticity and integrity. We work in whatever style or language is best suited to our client's concept, and create spaces, buildings and objects that are inventive, unique and memorable.

Date: Tuesday 08 October 2013
Location:     Ligne Roset Showroom 250 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003 (212) 375-1036
Time: 09.00 - 12.30
Lunch: 12.45

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