Stefan Krummeck

TFP Farrells, Director | Hong Kong, China


Stefan is the Design Principal of TFP Farrells Hong Kong office and is responsible for leading the design of key projects through his in-depth knowledge of the design, planning and integration of large-complex, commercial and transportation projects through all stages of procurement. He has a passion in city making and also believes in the potential on how mixed-use and transit-oriented developments transform cities into a vibrant, sustainable community that fosters 24 hour city living as well as act as an urban catalyst for growth, urban vitality and reassurance of city’s image.

Krummeck has led a multitude of award-winning complex integrated infrastructures including the Kowloon Station Development (KSD) - (winner of the 2001 Best International Interchange Award). KSD is the most ambitious three-dimensional masterplan prototype ever built, and is recognized as one of the world’s finest…

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City Representative, Hong Kong (2010 – 2013)

China Awards Design Jury (2016)

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

Annual Conference, Session Chair (New York 2015)


18 October 2016


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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...


17 October 2016


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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...


26 October 2015


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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...