The head of KPF’s Digital Practice joined the conference’s “Smart Buildings” panel to share the firm's industry-leading technology practices.
Announced earlier this month, KPF’s tower has been recognized for its proven success with energy and carbon emissions reduction strategies.
On Friday 21 February, KPF’s revised scheme for Grosvenor’s build to rent neighbourhood in Bermondsey, London was granted planning consent.
A mixed-use development in Kunming, China, Spring City 66's design reconnects the city’s pedestrian pathways as it nods to the unique landscape of Yunnan Province.
On January 30th, the Senior Associate Principal presented at the event “Tales from New York: Experimental Ceramics for Architecture” at the Building Centre in London.
The KPF President and Design Principal discusses the design of One Vanderbilt, the constraints of working in the historic Grand Central Station district, and his path to becoming an architect.
The Pinnacle at Central Wharf will reconnect Downtown Boston to the waterfront with new public space, and advance the Climate Ready Boston initiative through significant sustainable and resilient design elements.
A central piece of KPF’s work in London’s historic Covent Garden, Floral Court was one of just eight projects to be recognized by the prestigious national program. The winners will be exhibited at the AIA Conference on Architecture in Los Angeles in May.
KPF celebrated the topping out of One Crown Place in London with client MTD Group, development manager CBRE and Mace, the principal contractor, at an event on January 16.
The winning projects will be recognized at an exhibition at the Center for Architecture opening on April 16 and a luncheon ceremony the following day.