At Convergence: Crossroad in Singapore, the AIA International Region’s 4th annual conference, the KPF President and Design Principal outlined the challenges and advantages of making neighborhoods from the viewpoint of a global practice.
The KPF Design Director discussed the firm’s work at Hudson Yards in relation to the future of development in Sydney.
KPF Urban Interface has launched a set of interactive, web-based tools to help the public participate in the design and development of their cities and communities. These are the first in a series of tools to make data analysis accessible and fun.
KPF, along with Strategic Property Partners, today broke ground on the new dual-tower residential building – the first residential component of Tampa’s new 53-acre downtown master plan.
In October, Marianne Kwok and Hana Kassem, both leaders in the KPF studio, presented on their exciting and ambitious work with the firm, as well as the experience and challenges of being a woman in architecture today.
KPF is thrilled to announce the project’s completion, which acts as the centerpiece of the city’s latest waterfront district and the development’s first trophy office space.
On October 27th, the two Principals were recognized by the Singapore Board of Architects at the organization’s annual presentation ceremony in anticipation of several major KPF projects in the region.
On October 23rd, KPF and Cove Property Group celebrated the construction milestone at the 26-story office building renovation near Manhattan’s Hudson Yards.
KPF recently opened new representative offices in San Francisco, Berlin, and Singapore to help the global practice service an exciting series of current projects, new commissions, and imminent endeavors.
On Thursday, October 18th, Mitsui Fudosan, Related Companies, and Oxford Properties gathered at 55 Hudson Yards to commemorate the project’s progress. Slated for completion later this year, the office tower will complement KPF’s ongoing work at Hudson Yards, including its master plan and two landmark buildings.