Stories about architecture, cities, people, and inspiration. Through words, images and video, learn more about the impact of KPF’s work in the built environment.
More than 9,000 people tuned in to a lecture by KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, and Computational Designer Ping-Hsiang Chen at the Future Construction and Design Practice conference hosted by Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Work has started on the new Capital Markets Authority Headquarters, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, in collaboration with KEO International Consultants. The project, won through an international design competition, grew from CMA’s core values of collaboration, transparency and innovation.
London Festival of Architecture (LFA) invited a selection of leading figures to nominate one object that they feel best represents 'care' and architecture – and share a video explaining why.
Honored in the High-Rise Office category, the KPF-designed Singapore tower has been shortlisted for the Popular Choice Vote, open for public vote starting June 15th.
The Bermondsey Project and Whampoa Street Rejuvenation were both included in the Best Futura Mega Project category, with the winners to be announced on September 8th.
On June 17th, the KPF Associate Principal will speak on a panel to discuss KPF Pride and what it means to be Proud at Work.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, artist Stig Evans will discuss his work, as a painter and restorer, from the scale of the canvas to the canvas of the city.
On June 10th, two of KPF’s BIM specialists will discuss how the firm uses the platform in a panel titled “Virtual Fireside Chat: Monograph and KPF Discuss How to Manage a BIM Practice.
Last week, officials approved the plan for Google’s mixed-use development, for which
The KPF-designed, mixed-use development in Hong Kong was honored
KPF Director Marianne Kwok will participate in ‘Workplace Futures’ on Tuesday June 8, as part of the NLA City Dialogues programme.
The KPF President discussed the firm’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts and racial inequality in the architecture sphere.