Stefan Krummeck

Farrells, Director and Design Principal | Hong Kong, China

About

Stefan Krummeck, international architect and urban designer, directs the design and coordination of key projects in the Hong Kong office. With over 25 years’ experience over five continents, Kurmmeck holds an in-depth knowledge of the design, planning, and delivery of large complex, commercial, residential and hospitality projects through all stages of procurement. He has led the architectural design on numerous mixed-use and transportation-related projects worldwide including a number of award-winning projects and developments.

Krummeck joined Farrells in 1988 and relocated to the Hong Kong office upon its 1991 establishment, and has subsequently led the company’s expansion in the Asia Pacific region. He drives the procurement of new work and is instrumental in developing and delivering the office’s largest and most complex projects. He has built up the Hong Kong office to its current…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012; Shanghai 2014; China 2016)

City Representative, Hong Kong (2010 – 2013)

China Awards Design Jury (2016)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (New York 2015)

Videos

18 October 2016

CTBUH Video Interview – Stefan Krummeck

Stefan Krummeck of Farrells is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2016 CTBUH China Conference. Stefan discusses the high density development patterns of Hong Kong...

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Research

17 October 2016

Density Our Strength: The Linear City in Practice

Stefan Krummeck & Ben MacLeod, Farrells

Hong Kong is unique as a linear city. More than 7 million people reside, mainly in high-rise buildings, in a series of highly dense coastal...

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Research

26 October 2015

Capturing the Placemaking Potential of the New Skyscraper City

Stefan Krummeck & Benjamin MacLeod, Farrells

This paper is a comparative analysis between Qianhai and an earlier case with which Qianhai bears many similarities: Canary Wharf in London. Both were envisaged...

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