Kohn Pedersen Fox
Kohn Pedersen Fox, KPF abbreviated, is a major American architectural firm that operates worldwide.
In 1976, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates of the architect Sheldon Fox ( 1930-2006 ) and A. Eugene Kohn ( b. 1930 ) in New York City was founded. Since the 1990s, the office belongs next to Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, the world's leading architectural firms in high-rise construction. Among the most famous designs, the 101 -story Shanghai World Financial Center is one ( the tallest building in China ).
In addition to New York Kohn Pedersen Fox also has offices in London, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong and Seoul. PCF employs over 400 people total.
Structures ( selection)
Construction projects and plans
- Oberoi Oasis Residential Tower, Mumbai, India ( under construction 2011-2015 )
- The Pinnacle (London ) ( under construction 2009-2013 )
- Forum 66, Shenyang, China (since 2008 under construction, currently building freeze )
- Chow Tai Fook Centre, Guangzhou, China ( under construction, 2010-2016 )
- Pingan International Finance Center, Shenzhen, China ( under construction, 2011-2016 )
- American Commerce Center, Philadelphia ( Warped economic reasons building project )
- Suyong Bay Tower, Busan (South Korea ) ( discarded)
- Lotte World Premium Tower, Seoul, South Korea (under construction)
- Zhongguo Zun, Beijing, China ( under construction)
- Suzhou Super Tower, Suzhou, China ( under construction)
- Hudson Yards, New York, United States ( partly under construction)
- Park Haven Tower, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Project 2009)