Images of projects by the architectural firm KPF

A prominent part of the work of KPF — the architectural firm that Paul Katz *85, James von Klemperer *83, and Joshua Chaiken ’82 *85 work for — is designing super-tall buildings. About half of the firm’s work today is in Asia, where it has helped shaped urban centers.

The 118-story International Commerce Centre (ICC) tower is the tallest building in Hong Kong. (Photo: Tim Griffith)
The 118-story International Commerce Centre (ICC) tower is the tallest building in Hong Kong. (Photo: Tim Griffith)
A close-up of the base of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) tower. (Photo: Nacasa & Partners)
A close-up of the base of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) tower. (Photo: Nacasa & Partners)
Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore. (Photo: Michael Weber)
Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore. (Photo: Michael Weber)
Plaza 66, one of the tallest buildings in Shanghai, China. (Photo: Zhen Zhonghai)
Plaza 66, one of the tallest buildings in Shanghai, China. (Photo: Zhen Zhonghai)