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The Hong Kong mixed-use building features a rooftop garden, providing plots for over 300 urban farmers each year in one of the world’s most densely populated cities.
The KPF-designed resort received Three-Stars from the China Green Building and Energy Saving (Macau) Association, making it the first mega complex and hotel in the Greater Bay Area, and the second in Greater China, to receive the certification.
KPF Senior Associate Principal, Alex joined a discussion with conservation professionals on the challenges of retrofitting London’s rich stock of historic buildings, to improve environmental performance without compromising heritage value.
On January 26, the KPF President discussed the designs of the China Resources Tower and Lotte World Tower, two of KPF’s supertalls in Asia.
The Singapore tower was honored in the Urban Habitat - Single Site Scale category in the annual awards.
Victoria Dockside, K11 Musea, Sequis Tower, Grand Gateway 66 Renovation, and Qianhai Kerry Centre were recognized across six categories in this year’s awards.
The renovation project in Manhattan was honored for its engineering excellence with the Platinum Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York.
KPF Director Elie Gamburg presented a talk entitled “Commerce and Campus: Lab, Research, Life-science and Technology Office - A Global Perspective”.
As a member of the New London Architecture (NLA) Expert Panel on Tall Buildings, KPF Principal John Bushell joined a discussion on the perception of tall buildings in London and their environmental performance.
KPF’s iconic tower in the City of London features on the cover and inside the European Special Issue of IGS magazine.
The KPF mixed-use project in southeastern France, designed with Architect of Record SOHO Atlas in Fine, reached the milestone in early January.