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KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, and Architectural Designer Ayman Tawfeeq, will be presenting at Unreal Fest Online 2020, on Tuesday July 14.
At a recent virtual Town Hall, the firm screened “Home Is Where the Art Is,” the second annual global KPF Art Show.
Yotam Ben Hur of Harvard GSD and Andrew Keung of Columbia GSAPP are the winners of this year’s grants, established in honor of the life and work of late KPF Principal Paul Katz.
As London Climate Action week starts, KPF announces furthering its commitment to sustainable design in the built environment, by accepting the RIBA 2030 Challenge. Developed by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the challenge sets a series of targets for practices to adopt to help architects meet net zero - or better - whole life carbon for new and retrofitted buildings by 2030.
The firm honored LGBTQ+ Pride throughout the month of June, continuing a partnership with Build Out Alliance and hosting multiple internal events that address social justice in design.
KPF Director Paul Simovic will be joining the Real Estate Belgrade Exhibition and Conference (REBEC) on Wednesday July 1, to participate in the Architecture panel as part of a discussion on the future of retail.
KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, will join a New London Architecture webinar on Tuesday June 30 to discuss what lies ahead in the 'Digital Decade'.
Situated adjacent to Vancouver’s historic Rogers Building, 601 West Pender Street interweaves elements of nature with architecture to create an urban oasis within the city.
The City of London Planning & Transportation Committee has approved plans for a deep retrofit of 81 Newgate Street, the former BT Headquarters. It was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) for Tejat V Lux Sàrl, advised by Orion Capital Managers and Pella Real Estate Partners. The design will transform a 1980’s office block into a sustainable, mixed-use building that is embedded in the wider public life of the City as a new gateway destination into London’s ‘Culture Mile’.
KPF is hosting a webinar on the power of public art as part of the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) on Monday 29 June. The event will bring together Sam Wilkinson, Head of Public Art at UCL Culture; artists Jyll Bradley and David Rickard; and KPF Director Leif Lomo, for a conversation moderated by the London Festival of Architecture’s Rosa Rogina, on the role of art in the city.
A joint effort of the Urban Design Forum and the Van Alen Institute, Neighborhoods Now will connect four New York neighborhoods heavily impacted by the pandemic with leading design firms to collaborate and develop safe and effective reopening strategies.
The KPF Principal nominated the lift - or elevator - in the ‘30 Objects’ series for the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).