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List of architects of supertall buildings

This is a list of architects who have designed completed or topped-out skyscrapers over 300 m (980 ft) tall (supertall).

Firm Architect Building City Country
Aedas Ocean Heights
Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Al Hashemi HHHR Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Atkins The Address Downtown Burj Dubai Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Tom Wright Burj Al Arab Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Almas Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Bregman + Hamann Architects First Canadian Place Toronto  Canada
Cook + Fox Architects Bank of America Tower New York City  United States
Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects Central Plaza Hong Kong  Hong Kong
CITIC Plaza Guangzhou  China
The Center Hong Kong  Hong Kong
East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Shimao International Plaza Shanghai  China
Ellerbe Becket Kingdom Centre Riyadh  Saudi Arabia
Fender Katsalidis Architects Eureka Tower Melbourne  Australia
Foster and Partners The Index
(topped out)
Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Hazel W.S. Wong Norr Group Consultants Emirates Office Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Hijjas Kasturi Associates Menara Telekom Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
Jerde Partnership International, in collaboration with Roger Villarosa Architects & Associates The Gramercy Residences Makati  Philippines
Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates Kevin Roche Bank of America Plaza Atlanta  United States
Khatib & Alami Group Rose Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Kohn Pedersen Fox Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai  China
Northeast Asia Trade Tower
(topped out)
Incheon  South Korea
K.Y. Cheung Design Associates Shun Hing Square Shenzhen  China
C. Y. Lee[1] Tuntex Sky Tower Kaohsiung  Taiwan
Taipei 101 Taipei  Taiwan
Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl Two Prudential Plaza Chicago  United States
Pei Cobb Freed & Partners U.S. Bank Tower Los Angeles  United States
I. M. Pei JPMorgan Chase Tower Houston  United States
Bank of China Tower Hong Kong  Hong Kong
César Pelli & Associates Architects César Pelli 2 International Finance Centre Hong Kong  Hong Kong
Petronas Twin Towers Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
Renzo Piano Building Workshop Renzo Piano The New York Times Building New York City  United States
Plan Architects[2] Baiyoke Tower II Bangkok  Thailand
RTKL Associates Wenzhou World Trade Center
(topped out)
Wenzhou  China
RW Armstrong Sky Tower
(topped out)
Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates
Shreve, Lamb and Harmon Empire State Building New York City  United States
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill John Hancock Center Chicago  United States
David Childs Freedom Tower New York  United States
Willis Tower Chicago  United States
Richard Keating Wells Fargo Plaza Houston  United States
Adrian Smith Jin Mao Tower Shanghai  China
AT&T Corporate Center Chicago  United States
Trump International Hotel and Tower Chicago  United States
China World Trade Center Tower III Beijing  China
Nanjing Greenland Financial Center Nanjing  China
Burj Khalifa Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Edward Durell Stone[3] Aon Center Chicago  United States
Sunland Group Q1 Gold Coast  Australia
Wilkinson Eyre Guangzhou West Tower
(topped out)
Guangzhou  China
William Van Alen Chrysler Building New York City  United States
Wong & Ouyang One Island East Hong Kong  Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre
(topped out)
Hong Kong  Hong Kong
Wuhan Architectural Design Institute Minsheng Bank Building Wuhan  China
Nina Tower Hong Kong  Hong Kong


  1. ^ "Taiwan on Top". Retrieved 2008-12-21. 
  2. ^ "Plan Architects Co.".  
  3. ^ "Edward Durell Stone". Retrieved 12 April 2009. 
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