Kiki Goti is a Greek architect, designer, and educator currently based in New York City.
As a maker, Goti hybridizes materials and fabrication methods to explore relationships between color, texture, heritage, and identity. The result is a boundless pop vernacular, via object and environment, that reshapes preconceived notions of ‘Greek aesthetics’ and brightens our human experience.
In 2023, Goti debuted with her first solo exhibition, 'Neo-Vanity', at Alcova during Milan Design Week to great acclaim.
She has also shown her work in Paris at Maison&Objet 2022. Goti’s work has been featured in Financial Times, Corriere Della Sera, Wallpaper*, Highsnobiety, Dezeen, ICON, AD France, Interior Design Magazine, Casa Vogue Brasil, Interni Magazine, ELLE Decoration España, Sixtysix, FRAME, Design Milk, Arch Daily, and many more.
Goti received her architectural degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and her Masters in Digital Fabrication and Computational Design from the University of Stuttgart. She currently teaches at Pratt Institute
and Parsons New School and has previously taught at Carnegie Mellon and University of Pennsylvania.