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KK100 Development
5016, Shennan East Road, Luohu
KK100 - a Private View About CTBUH
Hosted by Farrells
Founded in 1969, the Councils mission is to disseminate multi-
The Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) and disciplinary information on tall buildings and sustainable urban
Farrells invite you to a conference and tour of KK100. environments, to maximize the international interaction of
professionals involved in creating the built environment, and to make
Please join us for a presention by the panel of experts who the latest knowledge available to professionals in a useful form.
created this new landmark. 9:00am (HK) 11am (Shenzhen) on
Wednesday 7 December. The Council is an international not-for-profit organization supported
by architecture, engineering, planning, development and construction
The seminar will be conducted by speakers from Farrells / ARUP professionals. The CTBUH is the worlds leading body in the field
/ St Regis Hotel / Laguarda Low / Kingkey Construction Group of tall buildings and the recognized source of information on tall
buildings internationally. It is the arbiter of the criteria upon which tall
This event will bring together a team of experts to explore the building height is measured, and thus the title of The Worlds Tallest
design, the challenges, the expertise in creating one of the Building determined.
worlds tallest buildings and new landmark in Shenzhen.

Stefan Krummeck Timothy Johnson

Director, CTBUH Chairman, CTBUH
KK100 - a Private View

KK100 Development, Shenzhen

7 December 2011

9 AM Coach from Farrells, Hong Kong office

St Johns Building, 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong

11 AM Arrive KK100
Moderators Opening Remarks

Stefan Krummeck, Director, Farrells
Hong Kong Representative for CTBUH

11:30 AM The design

Stefan Krummeck, Director, Farrells

12 AM The engineering challenges

Paul Tsang, Director, ARUP

12:30 AM The construction challenges

Yuji Aoyagi, title, company


2 PM KK Mall
John Low, Director, Larguarda Low

2:30 AM St Regis Hotel
Stephen Ford, General Manager, The St. Regis, Shenzhen
Vice President, Area Managing Director for South China region

5 PM Drinks St Regis Hotel

96th Floor

7 PM Coach back to Hong Kong

Stephen John Ford Stefan Krummeck
General Manager, The St. Regis Shenzhen Director, Farrells
Vice President, Area Managing Director for South China region,
Starwood Stefan Krummeck, an international architect and urban designer, is
responsible for directing the design and coordination of key projects
Stephen Ford has been appointed as General Manager of The St. in the Hong Kong office. With over 25 years experience in Europe
Regis Shenzhen, comprising 297 rooms, 11 meeting rooms and and throughout Asia Pacific, Stefan has an in-depth knowledge of
fifth restaurants and bars. He is also Vice President, Area Managing the design, planning and integration of large complex, commercial
Director, South China, for Starwood Hotels & Resorts. and high-rise projects through all stages of procurement. He has
led the architectural design on a multitude of commercial related
Stephen joined Starwood Hotels & Resorts in 2001 with the opening projects in Asia including the 9th tallest building in the world, KK100,
of the 1st Westin in China, The Westin Bund Center, Shanghai. He a 441.8m tower in Shenzhen; Vattanac Capital in Cambodia 1st
went on to become the Vice President and Area Managing Director high-rise in Cambodia; and BEA Financial Tower. In addition, he is
in Indonesia for two years and Regional Vice President in India, Nepal currently in charge of a 40 ha master planning and urban design of
and Bangladesh for three years, before coming back to China to the the West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kongs new major culture
Sheraton Sanya Resort as General Manager and Vice President and hub.
Area Managing Director for South China.
Krummeck is involved in a multitude of award-winning integrated
infrastructures including the Kowloon Station Development (KSD).
KSD is recognized as one of the worlds finest transport super-city
interchange that forms a key part of Hong Kongs airport railway
network that incorporates a fully master-planned high-density, mixed-
use development of 1.7million m. Other projects include the Incheon
Airport GTC in Korea; the design for New Delhi Railway Station and
its airport express; and Asias two largest rail termini - Beijing South
Station and Guangzhou South Railway Station.

Stefan is the CTBUH country representative for Hong Kong. He

has spoken in various conferences including the 7th Annual Tall
Buildings Conference, Hong Kong; The High-rise Summit, Shanghai,
the Middle East High-Rise Building Conference, Korean CTBUH
Conference, Korea, Tall Building Asia, Singapore, and written papers
for CTBUH and New Civil Engineer.
The St. Regis Shenzhen
3M Kingkey 100 Mall, No. 5016 East Farrells
Shennan Road, Luohu District 4th Floor, St. Johns Building
Shenzhen, 518001, China 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
T: +86 755 2291 5134 T: +852 2523 0183
Paul Tsang John Low
Director, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited Principal, Laguarda.Low Architects
Regional Chair of the Buildings Practice, Arup East Asia Region
John Low has been practicing architecture for over 25 years and has
Paul is a Director of Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited leading extensive experience in the design of large-scale commercial mixed-
a main Building Group, working on the design and management use developments around the world. Mr. Low received a Bachelor of
of both multi-disciplinary and structural projects. He is responsible Architecture from Kansas State University in 1987 and a Master of
for the delivery of numerous major projects in the Asia Region, Architecture with honors from the University of Berkeley in 1992.
and has been involved in various types of projects including Prior to the founding Laguarda.Low Architects in 2000, Mr. Low spent
hotels, sports centres, residential, commercial and institutional nearly 10 years serving as Associate Vice Principal at RTKL working
buildings. He is experienced in the design and project management on international large-scale commercial mixed use developments, and
of deep basements, tall buildings (office, residential) and large was heavily involved in large-scale retail projects throughout Japan.
scale infrastructure and building developments. He is particularly Mr. Low Joined HOK in 1997, where he served as Vice Principal for
experienced in the design and planning of fast-track projects. three years as a leader in retail and commercial focus groups for
projects around the world.
Paul is a Director of East Asia Board, and represents the Arup East
Asia Region as the Regional Chair of the Buildings Practice. In 2000 John Low founded Laguarda.Low Architects in association
with Pablo Laguarda and Ed Jenkins. In the past 11 years, Laguarda.
Low has been a leader in architectural design, working with some
of the largest and most respected developers in each country of
business, including many Fortune 500 companies and leading
publicly-traded corporations. Laguarda.Lows experience spans over
30 countries and hundreds of projects of all types, with a strong
emphasis on large-scale mixed use and retail.

Mr. Low is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is

registered in Maryland and Texas. Mr. Low has delivered speeches
to professional, industry and development groups around the world,
and has served on city-sponsored professional juries evaluating
large-scale commercial developments. He has projects published in
international books and magazines in Japan, China, Europe and the
United States.

Laguarda.Low Architects LLC

Arup RM501 Tower15, Jienwai SOHO No.39
Level 5, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue East Third Ring Road, Chaoyang District
Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Beijing, 100022, China
T: +852 2528 3031 T: +86 10 5869 1560
Yuji Aoyagi
Project Director, Shenzhen Kingkey Real Estate Development Co. Ltd.

Yuji Aoyagi is a Project Director at Shenzhen Kingkey Real Estate

Development Co. Ltd where he has been in charge of the KK100
Development. He has over 30 years overseas professional experience
coordinating a wide range of super high-rise building construction and
development projects throughout Asia

Yuji has worked on some of the tallest buildings in the world total
accumulating height of 3,000 meters. His projects includes the Umno
Complex (210m )in Kuala Lumpur; Jing Guang Center (208m) in Beijing;
Di Wang (324m) in Shenzhen; Bank of China Tower(226m) in Shanghai;
Bellagio Tower (206m) in Hong Kong; Shanghai World Financial Tower in
Shanghai; and currently a new 340 m twin tower in Xiamen, China - the
Xiamen International Centre.

Shenzhen Kingkey Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.

11/F, Zhongjian Building, No. 2105, Shennan Road
East Shenzhen, China
T: +86 0755 2558 2585
KK100 Shenzhen - Facts and Figures
(Based on information available to TFP)

Total GFA: 417,000 sqm above ground
(Total CFA: 550,000 sqm)
Site Area: 3.6 ha
Plot Ratio: 15.2

GFA: 220,000 sqm (office = 185,000 sqm; hotel = 35,000 sqm)
Height: 441.8 m
Height to Width ratio: 1:9.6 (58 m x 46 m at G/F)
Inter-storey drift ratio: 1/460 (china code 1/500)
No. of Lifts: 66
Office: 51 (6 no. double deck shuttle lifts 8m/s)
Hotel: 15 (4 no. shuttle lifts 8m/s)

Retail GFA: 84,000sqm (60,000sqm above ground; 24,000sqm below ground)
No. of Shops: 140
4 retail levels above ground (L1-L4)
1 retail basement (B1)
3 basement car parks (B2-B4)
No. of Car Parking: 2,000 (300 above ground/ 1,700 below ground)

RESIDENTIAL (5 towers)
GFA: 96,000sqm
Number of Storeys: 27
Total no. apartments: 1620


GFA: 52,000 sqm
Number of Storeys: 27

Tower Elevation
KK100 Shenzhen - Facts and Figures Cont.
(Based on information available to TFP)

Office floor area: 2,600 sqm (efficiency ~ 75% - low zone ~70%; high zone ~ 80%+)

Floor height:
Typical Office: 4.2m floor to floor height (2.8m clear height, 130mm raised floor);
Trading Floor: 4.73m floor to floor height (3.33m clear height 300mm raised floor)
Lease span: 10m ~ 13.5m
Population Density: 12sqm/person
Toilets: Female 5 wcs, 3 wash basins; Male 3 wcs, 4 urinals, 3 wash basins
69 office levels (L4-L72):
8 lift zones total (4 zones below sky lobby; 4 zones above sky lobby)
6 no. double deck shuttle lifts B1 & L1
1 sky lobby L39 & L40

2 no. gondolas at roof top (North/South faade)

2 no. gondolas at L92 M&E floor (East and West faade)
Cherry picker to entrance canopy.

IGU specification: Officel Level Floor Plan

N/S = 8Low Iron/1.52PVB/8CED03-51D+12A+12C Hotel 83F Plan
E/W = 8Crystal Grey/1.52PVB/8CED12-78D+12A+10C

HOTEL (St. Regis)

Hotel Rooms: (Originally 249) 297guest rooms and suites
(176 typical rooms; 28 panoramic rooms; 44 suites; 1 presidential suite)
Floor height: 3.5m (common area - 2.4m clear height; private area - 2.8m clear height)
Hotel levels: 26 (L75 to L100)
Hotel Sky lobby at L95 - 40m atrium height
63m central atrium (16 guest room levels) 83
Hotel 83F
5 levels of F&B at feature object (L96-L100) Plan
Swimming Pool at L75 (7m (W) x 28m (L))

Hotel Level Floor Plan

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