Andrew Gorzkowski is an architectural designer with experience designing and coordinating all phases of design and construction services. He has held key roles and collaborated on numerous large-scale, mixed-use, corporate, and commercial developments both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Gorzkowski is currently a Project Designer for 887 West Peachtree, a 30-story office tower that will be one of the tallest to rise in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, in the last decade. The tower’s varied retail and dining spaces, hospitality-like lobby amenities, and series of rooftop terraces will bring greater life to the already active and fast-growing Technology Square neighborhood.
Additional project experience includes 2+U, a LEED-CS Platinum office tower in Seattle, Washington; Remscheid Designer Outlet Centre, an open-air low-rise luxury retail development in Remscheid, Germany; confidential mixed-use developments in Florida and Tokyo, Japan; and a confidential headquarters expansion in Houston, Texas.
Mr. Gorzkowski received his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University where he was a Meinig Family Cornell National Scholar and winner of the Edward A. Seipp Memorial Prize. He is currently an active member and Director of AIA Connecticut and the ACE Mentor Program for high school students.