Pedersen, William E.

William E. Pedersen (born 1938)

William Pedersen, born 1938, is an American architect, who got known with his partners A. Eugene Kohn and Sheldon Fox as founding partners of the American architectural office Kohn Pedersen Fox.
William Pedersen studied at the universities of Minnesota and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before founding KPF in 1976, he worked o for architect’s offices like Pietro Belluschi. Eduardo Catalino. I.M. Pei and Associates. John Carl Warnecke.
In the shared management structure of KPF, Pedersen is the firm's principle designer while Fox acted as the firm's project manager and Kohn, the firm's chief marketer.


Important works

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
US Courthouse Minneapolis
Museum of China
Rodin Museum
The Wharton School
The Ross School of Business at University of Michigan
London School of Economics
St. Anne's Oxford
Merrill Lynch Japan
The World Bank
Samsung Korea
Four Seasons Philadelphia
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
One Central Macau
Glasgow harbour
Milan Fiera
333 Wacker Drive, Chicago
ABC Washington
Guangzhou TV Tower
ICC Hong Kong
Roppongi Hills
Espirito Santo Plaza
Japan Railways
Shanghai WFC
Thames Court
World Trade Center Tower 5
Chater House
Alexandra House Renovation
University of Maryland
University of Wisconsin
Songdo Convention Center
8-9 Long Acre
27 Old Bond St
Newark Arena
The Landmark, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Shanghai Financial Center
Dulles Airport
Abu Dhabi International Airport
Tianjin Airport
Philadelphia Airport
Buffalo Airport
Nanjing South Station
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