Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
  • David LeFevre

About David LeFevre

As a designer, David strives to continually learn about clients and cities in order to better understand how high-performance urban infill and tall buildings can enhance user experience and can generate positive, sustainable growth in our communities. David previously worked with Gensler, where he completed work on the 55-story hotel expansion at McCormick Place in Chicago and is currently pursuing opportunities throughout the Southeastern US.

Prior to Gensler, David worked at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, focusing on the design of high-performance, large scale urban projects in the Middle East, China and South Korea. At AS+GG he significantly contributed to architectural design efforts on the Federation of Korean Industries Headquarter offices in Seoul, the Grand Boulevard Residential tower in Dubai and the 636-meter-supertall mixed-use Wuhan Greenland Center. Additionally, he was…


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About David LeFevre

As a designer, David strives to continually learn about clients and cities in order to better understand how high-performance urban infill and tall buildings can enhance user experience and can generate positive, sustainable growth in our communities. David previously worked with Gensler, where he completed work on the 55-story hotel expansion at McCormick Place in Chicago and is currently pursuing opportunities throughout the Southeastern US.

Prior to Gensler, David worked at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, focusing on the design of high-performance, large scale urban projects in the Middle East, China and South Korea. At AS+GG he significantly contributed to architectural design efforts on the Federation of Korean Industries Headquarter offices in Seoul, the Grand Boulevard Residential tower in Dubai and the 636-meter-supertall mixed-use Wuhan Greenland Center. Additionally, he was a design architect on competition teams for the Masdar Headquarters in Abu Dhabi, the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah and the KAPSARC Research Facility in Riyadh.

Additionally, he is committed to academic pursuits within the field, advocating for the use of advanced computational tools in design and has taught at the Illinois Institute of Architecture and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

CTBUH Involvement

  • Regional Representative, Atlanta (2014 – Present)

Events/Initiatives Involving David LeFevre

CTBUH Atlanta Hosts Vertical Communities Panel Discussion

CTBUH Atlanta Hosts Vertical Communities Panel Discussion

31 Mar 2015, Event Report – CTBUH Atlanta hosted its inaugural event, a lively roundtable discussion featuring…

Events/Initiatives Involving David LeFevre

CTBUH Atlanta Hosts Vertical Communities Panel Discussion
31 Mar 2015, Atlanta – Event Report
CTBUH Atlanta hosted its inaugural event, a lively roundtable discussion featuring a cross-section of leaders in Atlanta’s development community