Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
  • Robert Whitlock

About Robert Whitlock

An architect with over twenty-five years of professional experience, Robert Whitlock has worked as a designer on a wide variety of project types since joining Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in 1987. Over the past twenty years, he has developed an expertise in designing mixed-use buildings in urban settings, with a focus on projects in Southeast Asia. His work in the region includes Hysan Place in Hong Kong, the Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore, and several projects in Shanghai, including the AZIA Center, the CSCEC Tower, and Wheelock Square.

CTBUH Involvement

  • Innovation Conference, Speaker (2018)
  • Past Roles:
  • Annual Conference, Presenter (China 2016)
  • Annual Conference, Session Chair (China 2016)
  • Student Competition Second-Round Jury, Chair (2016)

Events/Initiatives Involving Robert Whitlock

Student Tall Building Competition Results Announced

18 Oct 2016, CTBUH News Report – The winner and final rankings for the CTBUH International Student Design…

Events/Initiatives Involving Robert Whitlock

Student Tall Building Competition Results Announced
18 Oct 2016, Shenzhen – CTBUH News Report
The winner and final rankings for the CTBUH International Student Design Competition, sponsored by KPF, were determined at the 2016 CTBUH Conference.

Robert Whitlock Related Resources

Case Study: China Zun Tower, Beijing

16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH Journal, 2014 Issue III
Robert Whitlock & Li Lei, Kohn Pedersen Fox; Luo Nengjun, CITIC Heye Investment Co. Ltd.; Liu Peng, Arup

Robert Whitlock Related Papers/Research

Case Study: China Zun Tower, Beijing
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH Journal, 2014 Issue III; Robert Whitlock & Li Lei, Kohn Pedersen Fox; Luo Nengjun, CITIC Heye Investment Co. Ltd.; Liu Peng, Arup
China Zun Tower will be the flagship building of Beijing’s comprehensively planned 30-hectare central business district core. The 528-meter-tall tower will stand far above its surroundings and become one of the most prominent icons of the city.