The projects earned the Honor Award for Architecture and the Merit Award for Architecture respectively.
The Institution of Structural Engineers celebrated the project in the Tall or Slender Structures division.
MGM Cotai topped the awards list, cementing KPF as the first-place winner for the second year in a row, while 52 Lime Street and CITIC Tower both placed in the top ten.
The Commercial Real Estate Development Association honored the project with the title of Best Urban Office.
Hudson Commons, Hudson Yards, K11 ARTUS, Rosewood Hong Kong, Rosewood Bangkok, and China Resources Tower are celebrated for their achievements in office, retail, hospitality, and structure.
The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design has selected the KPF Co-Founder and Chairman as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious award, established in 2017 to honor an architect who has changed the course of design history.
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.
CITIC Tower, Robinson Tower, China Resources Tower, SOHO Gubei, and Rosewood Bangkok earned spots on the 2019 shortlist.
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.