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Jinsuk Park




Master of Architecture,
Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation
Bachelor of Architecture,
Seoul National University

Jinsuk is a talented designer with experience in a range of project types and a variety of locations. He joined KPF in 2004, bringing insightful design decisions to each of his projects.

Jinsuk is experienced with the intricacies of residential design, having worked on projects of a range of scales. He was involved in the design of Songdo First World Towers, which has been recognized with several awards, including an AIA New York Housing Design Award. The project, at 67 stories and with 3.7 million SF, houses 7,000 people. In Hong Kong, he served as Senior Designer for Blue Pool Road, a luxury townhouse project that has been recognized with multiple awards, including an AIA New York Design Award in 2015.

Jinsuk led the design of Pacific Gate in San Diego, designed as a landmark for the city’s downtown while enhancing pedestrian life with a public plaza, landscape features, and other amenities.

Jinsuk is also well-versed in the design of commercial properties. He was Senior Designer for King’s Road, a corporate headquarters building in Hong Kong. The design he helped develop is one of elegance and verticality, fitting within the context of the city and the harbor.

One Nine Elms is Jinsuk’s most current design project. A residential development in London, the project’s unique façade seeks to define the building while creating a sense of intimacy for residents. The project also features a five-start hotel component.

Jinsuk is an avid member of the architectural community, participating in events at several institutions. He has lectured at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the New York AIA Center for Architecture. He has also served as a guest juror at the New York Institute of Technology.