Kohn Pederson Fox

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Kohn Pederson Fox (KFP). American firm of architects established by Eugene Kohn (1930– ), William Pederson (1938– ), and Sheldon Fox (1930– ). Among their works may be cited the skyscraper at 333 Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL (1979–83), the Proctor & Gamble Office, Cincinnati, OH (1983–5), Westendstrasse L, Frankfurt-am-Main (1990–3), and the Egyptianizing Mellon Bank, Philadelphia, PA (1988–90), a skyscraper with a curved cornice atop battered pylon-forms, the whole surmounted by a pyramid.

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Cháo & and Abramson (1987)