Ping An Finance Centre by KPF, 599m skyscraper is fourth tallest in the world

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Kohn Pedersen Fox
Architect of Record
China Construction Design International
Structural Engineer.- Thornton Tomasetti. Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer.- J. Roger Preston Group. Vertical Transportation Consultant.- J. Roger Preston Group/ Fortune Consultants. Landscape Consultant.- AECOM. Sustainability Consultant.- ARUP. Interior Design.- Office.- Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, New York; Retail.- Benoy, Hong Kong; Club House: Cheng Chung Design, Hong Kong. Fire/Sustainability.- ARUP. Wind Consultant.- RWDI. Traffic Consultant.- MVA Lighting Consultant.- Lighting Planners Associates. Curtain Wall Consultant.- ALT. Façade Access Consultant.- GMS. Graphic design consultant.- Duttonbray Design Ltd. Acoustic Consultant.- Westwood Hong & Associates Ltd.
Contratista principal
China Construction First Group Construction & Development Co., Ltd.
462000.0 m²

Kohn Pedersen Fox. KPF

Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) is an American architecture firm which provides architecture, interior, programming and master planning services for clients in both the public and private sectors. KPF is one of the largest architecture firms in the world and is currently one of the largest in New York City,[1] where it is located.

Today, KPF's projects include civic and cultural spaces, commercial office buildings, transportation facilities, residential and hospitality developments, educational and institutional facilities, and diverse mixed-use commercial developments. KPF’s projects over the last 10 years include Roppongi Hills in Tokyo (2003), Unilever House in London (2007), the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas (2009), the Stephen M. Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor (2009), the RBC Centre in Toronto (2009), the University of Minnesota Science Teaching and Student Services Center (2010), Centra Metropark in Iselin, New Jersey (2011), the Heron Tower in London (2011) and the Buffalo United States Courthouse (2011). Over the past few years, KPF has completed the tallest towers in a number of countries: Lotte World Tower, the tallest in Korea (2015), the International Commerce Centre, the tallest in Hong Kong (2011), Tour First, the tallest building in France (2011).



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