"Deft clarity and technical precision create contemporary artistry."
-New York Dozen: Gen X Architects
“High points among the work of the Dozen are high indeed. The book opens with the work of Andre Kikoski Architect, notably a café and a restaurant for New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and another beauty, a restaurant in Denver.”
-Interior Design Magazine, Review of New York Dozen: Gen X Architects
“It takes a certain professional daring to intervene in one of the most significant buildings of the 20th century. Indeed, Wright once wrote, “No details can be interjected or interfered with without marring the peace and quiet of the whole.” Yet this elegant space feels of a piece with his oeuvre, almost if it had been there all along.”
“The Wright at the Guggenheim is striking, impressive visually and elegant."
-The New York Times
“The clean lines, swooping curves and manmade forms have been afforded a sophisticated edge, set with the light-soaked throes of New York’s Guggenheim.”
An “up-and-comer to watch”
“The Wright is easily the best part of the building. It somehow manages to recreate the Guggenheim’s formal vocabulary with greater skill and feeling than it had the first time around, 50 years ago.”
-The Real Deal
“Meticulously detailed work”
“Andre Kikoski’s transformation of the old Guggenheim cafeteria into a compelling eatery, almost outshines the architect who built the museum and gave the restaurant its name. Almost.”
-Best of 2010, Most Eye-Popping Buildings of the New Year
“One of ‘The Ten Young Firms to Keep an Eye On”
-Oculus, Magazine of the American Institute of Architects