Director of Design, HOK
Kenneth Drucker, FAIA, LEED AP, is the Design Director for HOK’s New York and Philadelphia practices, serves on HOK’s Board of Directors, and is chair of HOK’s Global Design Board. Ken is responsible for the architecture and urban design studios in the northeast and is editor of HOK’s Design Annual. His regional projects include LaGuardia Airport Masterplan, LG Headquarters, 86th Street & Lexington condominiums, multiple commercial and mixed-use buildings in Harlem, residential towers on 11th Avenue, Harlem Hospital, Singapore Chancery to the UN, SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine, and Penn State Chemistry Building. Current international projects include master planning a new town in Navi Mumbai, India and a 4 million SF mixed-use project in Chennai. Ken received his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and Master of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.