We are building a more livable future by reducing the carbon emissions associated with our projects around the world.

Global Gateways

Our airport designs address environmental, technological, and social challenges through the lens of traveler experience.

Press Releases
KPF Celebrates the Official Re-Naming of Abu Dhabi International to Zayed International Airport, Terminal A

Entirely designed by KPF – from airside to landside, building to furniture – the state-of-the-art complex will serve up to 45 million passengers annually, doubling the airport’s capacity, and provide an inspiring new gateway to an increasingly interconnected world.

CNN Travel Explores Changi’s T5 Expansion

Following the unveiling of the airport’s expansion by Singapore’s Prime Minister, the outlet discusses KPF and Heatherwick Studio’s design that reimagines the airport design paradigm.

District Architecture

We understand the impact of design at the neighborhood level and create vibrant places where people want to spend time.

Adaptive Reuse

With a custom approach to each project, our designs maximize environmental, social, and financial value.


Driven by a commitment to design excellence at all scales, we elevate projects through their materiality and finest details.

Press Releases
KPF Publishes Design in Detail, Exploring Achievements in Architectural Craft

An in-depth look at 14 of the firm’s most iconic buildings around the world, the volume reveals how the overall design concept is realized down to the smallest scale with crafted elements such as custom-glazed terra cotta tiles, cast bronze art, and carved blocks of stone.

Beijing University Lecture and Exhibit Observe KPF Craft

On Monday, May 14th, KPF President and Design Principal James von Klemperer gave a lecture that accompanied an exhibit held at Tsinghua University’s architecture school. Both titled “KPF Making,” the thematic content demonstrated the practice’s achievement in craft, from the supertall, mixed-use tower to the low-rise, residential neighborhood.