KPF’s Luc Wilson presented at Tech Perspectives, a conference for the digital and built environment, at The Graduate Center at the City University of New York on June 2, 2016.
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF)-designed 10 Hudson Yards opened its doors to Coach employees welcoming them to their new world headquarters on Manhattan’s West Side.
June 27th will see KPF’s London Gallery play host to a panel debate organised by the Greater London Authority and Centre for London. The debate, which will focus on the future of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing urban regeneration in London, is part of the London Festival of Architecture, a month-long celebration of architectural experimentation, practice and debate taking place throughout June.
On Thursday, The Collegiate School senior class visited the New York KPF office as part of their final weeks of school prior to graduation.
On Thursday evening, the Boston Redevelopment Authority approved of a major part of KPF’s master plan for the development of the Seaport Square area. The mixed-use residential and retail development will provide much-needed housing in the fast-growing neighborhood, and enhance a stretch of Seaport Boulevard that is quickly becoming one of Boston’s crucial urban arteries.
KPF President Jamie von Klemperer at the Seoul National University Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering on Friday, April 29th. Jamie presented his lecture “Open Closed” focusing on the accessibility of buildings through both structure and interconnectivity within neighborhoods.
On Friday, April 29th, KPF’s New York and London studios played host to the latest in a series of bi-annual NY-LON Simultaneous Seminars, organised in partnership with New London Architecture and the Urban Design Forum. The series gives New York and London’s property and architecture professionals the opportunity to link up to discuss issues in the built environment that affect both cities.
Kohn Pedersen Fox had multiple representatives at Facades +, a conference on high-performance building enclosures presented by The Architect's Newspaper.
KPF Chairman Gene Kohn spoke at the Columbia University Center for Urban Real Estate (CURE) benefit dinner honoring CURE’s leadership, Dean Amale Andraos, Founding Director Vishaan Chakrabarti, and Research Director Jesse M. Keenan. The benefit was held on campus in the Low Library Rotunda.
Architectural Review and Eleven in association with KPF launched Cambodia 2015: Protect Respect Empower