KPF’s Director of Applied Technology, Cobus Bothma, and VR/MR specialist Michael Koutsuobis will be presenting at the RealTime Conference on Monday April 6.
On Thursday, April 2, the Urban Design Forum will host its inaugural broadcast on global urban responses to coronavirus, inviting Jamie von Klemperer, KPF President, and Bernard Chang and Rebecca Cheng, Principals in KPF’s Hong Kong and Shanghai offices, to drive the conversation.
KPF’s work for McCord Hall at the W. P. Carey School of Business has been named the Best of Class in Higher Education.
Spring City 66, SOHO Gubei, Victoria Dockside, the Ping An Finance Centre South Tower, and the China Resources Tower have been recognized in the prestigious awards program.
The highest outdoor observation deck in the western hemisphere, Edge cantilevers 80 feet from the 100th floor of the supertall tower to provide views in all directions, including below through a glass floor.
The Environmental Design Director shared tools and case studies alongside consulting colleagues at the Center for Architecture in New York.
Stefan Al, KPF Senior Associate Principal and Mobility Specialist, participated in conversations at the New York Build Expo in Manhattan and the SpArc Summit in Asheville, North Carolina.
KPF+, a group advocating for women in the workplace, curated a month-long installation in the New York office to celebrate Women’s History Month.
By supporting two WWF climate action programs and working with the NGO to set a path to operational carbon neutrality, the firm is building on its commitment to sustainability and embracing its role as an impactful global practice by mitigating the impacts of its business operations around the world.
KPF invited technology partners and in-house specialists to its offices to showcase capabilities and opportunities for innovation through a day of discussions, presentations, and hands-on demonstrations.