November 14, 2022
Wright Architect’s Senior Project Manager, Sonia Lemus-Wright stops by the noted Radio Kingston show "La Voz con Mariel Fiori" to discuss the ins and outs of building carbon neutral housing.
Sonia Lemus-Wright's article featured on the Hechinger Report
April 05, 2022
Wright Architect’s Senior Project Manager, Sonia Lemus-Wright contributes an op-ed exclusively for The Hechinger Report. The article features her take on graduate programs and other tools that can help us envision a sustainable future with special focus on women’s opportunities in the construction industry.
Wright Architects Debuts Their Kingston Office
September 16, 2019
Wright Architects recently took a vacant executive bank office, lost in an era of drab carpets and shoulder padded wood conference room paneling, and transformed it into an open, modern work space primed for the twenty first century...
Wright Architects restores historic buildings
July 30, 2019
Wright Architects of Kingston, NY has recently been hired to restore several historic buildings in Uptown Kingston to their former glory. The firm’s first project is the historic Frederick L. Westbrook House (circa 1859) located at 286 Clinton Avenue in Kingston, NY. The front porch was completely restored to its original Neoclassical Revival-style grandeur...
La Voz con Mariel Fiori Podcast Inverviews Sonia Lemus
July 01, 2019
Sonia Lemus from Wright Architects was recently interviewed for Radio Kingston's "La Voz con Mariel Fiori" Podcast. She shared her inspiring story as an immigrant, mother, woman and architect - Todo en Español.
The Modern Architect Podcast Interviews Andrew Wright
June 28, 2019
Tom Dioro's latest guest on The Modern Architect Podcast is Andrew Wright, who has been the President of Wright Architects since 1986 in Kingston, New York. Wright Architects specializes in Architecture and Construction Assistance of homes, offices, institutional buildings, sustainable projects and developments.
People's Cafe Wins Approval From Kingston Planning Board
February 21, 2019
KINGSTON, N.Y. — A proposal by The People’s Place and Wright Architects to create a "community café" that would provide free breakfast and lunch to anyone, regardless of income, has been approved by the city Planning Board.
The Greenprint: Designing Buildings for Both Clients and the Environment
December 21, 2018
"How does a small architectural firm end up fielding calls from Tesla? By designing the largest residential microgrid on earth. The project, a recent home renovation in Tuxedo Park, NY, includes geothermal wells, a thousand solar panels, and enough battery capacity to interest Tesla. Architect Andrew Wright explains that he began with a design for a net zero home, but that the decision to go totally off-grid turned out to be more cost efficient."
Mountain View House: Floating on a Sea of Color
October 25, 2017
While the view from atop Raycliffe undulates, the house, of course does not. It’s an incredibly solid contemporary, ingeniously designed by architect Andrew Wright to be both connected to its surroundings by color and strength and the 90 windows that reflect the view...
Kingston and Herzog Co. Unveil Plan for Apartments, Hotel, Restaurant, More Parking in City’s Uptown Business District
September 07, 2017
Noble said the proposed project evolved after the city hired architect Andrew Wright early this year to redevelop the municipal parking lot site. “Andrew is not only an architect but someone who owns many properties Uptown...
Kingston Signs Tentative Agreement to Develop Uptown Site of Former Parking Garage
January 19, 2017
Architect Andrew Wright says he'll do everything in his power to make sure his proposal for redeveloping the site of the former Uptown parking garage comes to fruition. "I'm in this to make Uptown work," Wright said Thursday...
Wright Architects Wins Restoration Award
December 30, 2015
Andrew Wright, principal of WRIGHT ARCHITECTS PLLC, accepted the prestigious award for his firm’s historically accurate restoration of an 1883 brownstone in New York City. The brownstone also features a geothermal well (drilled 1,000 feet under the carriage house) to reduce the carbon footprint by providing lower cost heating and cooling energy.
All Wright Now: Architect Talks Buildings, Life, and Favorite Things
October 10, 2013
Andrew Wright, owner of Wright Architecture and Wright Builders at 200 Fair St., has worked on projects ranging from early American structural restoration to sustainable geothermic 200,000-square-foot office buildings. Wright planned cities and hospitals in Algeria for Skidmore. He started his practice in New York City in his one-bedroom apartment on...
New York Architect Wins Stanford White Awards for Excellence in Classical and Traditional Design
January 11, 2013
The prestigious 2012 awards season is over! And the winner is Andrew W. Wright, of Wright Architects, PLLC., who received the first annual Stanford White Awards for Excellence in Classical and Traditional Design from the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art...
Here Comes Mr. Wright: Local Architects Says He's Ready...
June 12, 2012
After three years standing firmly behind New Jersey developer's plan for a condominium tower in Uptown Kingston, city officials say its time to consider other proposals for the site. Since 2005, Mayor James Sottile has championed the Teicher Organization's proposal to build a 12-story, 214-unit apartment tower on the site of a city-owned parking garage...
The Wright Stuff: Kingston Architect Builds on Success...
July 12, 2010
Kingston's Andrew Wright credits much of his success as a design-build architect to a chance mix-up in identities on a Manhattan street. Wright left a Manhattan firm to go out on his own. "I bicycled to see clients, because I couldn't afford the subway tokens," he recalled...
Local Architect Hopes to Develop Site of City's Uptown Parking Garage
January 14, 2008
There was a time when architect Andrew Wright plied his trade in the employ of big-city firms. But, says the Stone Ridge father of two, the creative juices didn't flow. "When you are in the big corporations there is not as much attention given to the product," said Wright. "It's more about the politics... I love what I do now."