On Saturday, October 19, KPF and Cove Properties will open the under-construction building to tours as part of Open House New York Weekend.
333 Wacker Drive, Lotte World Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, International Commerce Centre, and Tour First are celebrated for their contributions to the development of the tall building.
The lecture focused on architecture at the global scale, and highlighted issues of context, connectivity, and sustainability.
CITIC Tower, Robinson Tower, China Resources Tower, SOHO Gubei, and Rosewood Bangkok earned spots on the 2019 shortlist.
In a series of personal and professional tales, KPF Co-Founder and Chairman Gene Kohn explains how he helped build one of the most successful architecture firms in the world, offering inspiring lessons on business leadership and design innovation that can be applied to many fields.
A winner in the Institutional Architecture category, the business school promotes community engagement and education through sustainable practice.
China Resources Tower, Rosewood Bangkok, and 52 Lime Street are among this year’s celebrated projects.
At 528 meters in height, the tower stands as Beijing’s tallest building, the fourth tallest in China, and the eighth tallest worldwide.
On Wednesday, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Kerry Properties celebrated the opening of the first building in the Qianhai Kerry Centre mixed-use development.