Founded in 1977, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has earned a reputation for designing sustainable buildings that express the core values of their clients. They have designed many of the world’s most recognizable buildings including the World Financial Center in New York, the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, and the International Finance Center in Hong Kong.
Pelli Clarke Pelli’s work also includes the design of academic buildings, libraries, performing art centers, museums, research centers, residences and master plans for both the private and public sector. All projects are designed with a deep respect for the natural environment, and the firm institutes sustainability principles in all of their buildings. Pelli Clarke Pelli believes that “to be truly sustainable, a design must address the economic and cultural factors that make a project successful long into the future.”