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Cutting Edge, Sustainable New Campus for Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Opens in Guangzhou
KPF is excited to announce the opening of the carbon neutral-ready, 267-acre research and learning campus, planned, designed, and built in 3 years from start to finish. HKUST(GZ) provides an inspirational environment for students, faculty, and staff to live, work, investigate, and study, establishing a world-leading standard in higher education for future generations and campuses across China.
Suzhou IFS won Gold, while Crystal Plaza took Silver, and Hanking Qianhai received Merit recognition in the annual China Real Estate and Design awards.
The traveling biennale features “Unfold the Green Campus,” an installation by KPF, and on December 8th, Environmental Design Director Carlos Cerezo Davila will speak at a hybrid seminar.
Following the opening of the KPF-designed residential tower, the outlet released a feature on Arthaus developer Carl Dranoff, exploring how he is providing residents with wellness-driven amenities.
On September 22nd, the KPF Director joined the live stream event “Zero-Carbon Plan,” where she discussed the sustainability design of the recently opened university campus.
On September 22nd, the KPF Director will join industry experts to discuss how young professionals can find opportunities and pivot careers in a webinar hosted by the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee.
On September 21st, the KPF Director discussed the firm’s Urban Interface team and its mission to enhance the work of designers in their daily practice.
Beginning on September 21st, “Good Trouble: Creativity + Collaboration” will span three events, focusing on the most pressing problems in the built environment.
The firm’s Environmental Performance team utilized SimScale’s application programming interface to create a wind modeling engine that increases efficiency in early-stage design studies.
The mixed-use development, designed by KPF, will transform the former BT Headquarters at 81 Newgate Street into a contemporary mixed-use development in the heart of the City of London.
KPF Design Principal Bruce Fisher spoke with the outlet about the residential tower’s amenities, including an intimate basement lap pool that can be used year-round.
Last month, the KPF Principal met with students and alumni from Zhejiang University to give an in-depth look into the firm’s process.