Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, New York, New York, USA
|Architecture Firm||Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates|
|People||A. Eugene Kohn, FAIA, RIBA, JIA, chairman; William E. Pedersen, FAIA, FAAR, vice chairman; William C. Louie, FAIA, vice chairman; Sheldon Fox (d. 2006), Paul Katz, FAIA, HKIA, managing principal; James von Klemperer, FAIA, design principal|
|Address||11 W 42nd St|
|New York, New York, 10036 USA|
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Corporate, Cultural, Entertainment, Education, Colleges & Universities, Government, Healthcare, Hospitals, Science, Hospitality, Mixed-Use Facilities, Offices, Multi-Unit Residential, Retail, Supertall, Transportation, Airport/Aviation, Infrastructure
- 333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 1983
- Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse, Portland, Oregon, 1997
- RBC Centre, Toronto, Ontario, 2007
- Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2009
- Science Teaching and Student Services Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (University of Minnesota), 2010
- One Jackson Square, New York, New York
- International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong, China
- Tour First, Courbevoie, France — 2010 renovation and expansion of Tour AXA, Courbevoie France
A. Eugene Kohn, William E. Pedersen, and Sheldon Fox were founding partners of this noted American firm. In the shared management structure of KPF, Fox acted as the firm's project manager, while Pedersen is principle designer and Kohn, the firm's chairman and chief marketer. Pedersen and Kohn remain active in the firm. Sheldon Fox retired in 1996.
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, PC, is also known as KPF. See also Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects (KPF), London, England, United Kingdom.
- Recipient, AIA Architecture Firm Award, 1990. (as Kohn Pederson Fox Architects).
A. Eugene Kohn, Sheldon Fox. KPF: The First 22 Years. Milan: l'Arca Edizioni, 1999. ISBN 887838044X. 978-8878380448.