Vice President, Design Principal
Kenneth Ho's experience spans a range of project types including master planning, mixed-use retail, public spaces and hospitality projects. These include the mixed-use retail project Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, Waikiki Outrigger Retail Plaza in Honolulu, Palms Place in Las Vegas and a new highly dense urban district in Shijiazhuang, China. Kenneth brings to his role a high level of design and detail development, as well as a strong explorative approach and the use of visualization and interactive media as design tools. He joined the firm in 2000 to explore his interest in designing creative community gathering spaces. Prior to joining Jerde, Kenneth worked for DeJarnett + Biro Architects in Los Angeles and Chan Sau Yan Architects and URBAN-3 Architects in Singapore. His work was featured in the book Hypersurface Architecture published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. His work has been awarded by Far Eastern International Digital Architectural Design’s 2000 Top 40, HANSSEM International Design Competition for Housing and the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture.