Nathan Wong has over 15 years of experience as a Project Architect and Project Manager. Since joining KPF in 2001, he has worked on a wide range of projects throughout Asia, the United States, Canada, India and Australia, including office complexes and high rise commercial towers, residential and hotel developments, institutional work, and master planning of new cities.
Presently, Mr. Wong is working on two high profile projects under construction, including the 528-meter CITIC Tower, the tallest in Beijing, and the 450-meter-tall Suzhou International Finance Square. In Manhattan, he is involved on 101 Murray Street, a 60-storey luxury condominium in Tribeca.
In Hong Kong, he is overseeing the construction of the Goldin Financial Global Centre in Kowloon. Mr. Wong also served as the Project Manager for Hysan’s redevelopment of Hysan Place in Causeway Bay. This project was awarded the first LEED Core & Shell Platinum commercial development in the region. Additionally, Mr. Wong led the delivery of two luxury hotel developments, including The Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Central, and the Mandarin Oriental at One Central Macau.
Mr. Wong’s commercial experience in China also includes Wheelock Square, Plaza 66, Riverside 66, Taipingqiao, and the Andaz Shanghai and Langham hotels in Xintiandi.
Several of his recent projects have been honored with awards, including a MIPIM Asia Gold Award in Best Mixed-Use Category (2012), a Green Building Merit Award in New Building Category (2012), an AIA New York Chapter’s Design Award (2010), a Hong Kong AIA Award (2007) and a MIPIM Future Award Commendation (2007).