The Rosewood Hong Kong and China Resources Tower have both been honored with Asia’s leading real estate award.
Just weeks before the publication of The World By Design: The Story of a Global Architecture Firm, KPF’s co-founder and chairman talked about why he wrote the book, what he has learned about leadership, and how globalization has shaped architecture in recent decades.
The KPF co-founder celebrated the US launch of the new piece at LASVIT's SoHo atelier in New York City, after previewing the chandelier at this year's Milan Design Week.
On September 18th, KPF and developers SL Green and Hines celebrated the official topping out of One Vanderbilt, convening for the ceremonial raising of the tower’s spire to its pinnacle.
KPF recently participated in a British-Polish workshop, on the masterplan for the Central Transport Hub (Centralny Port Komunikacyjny - CPK). The Solidarity Airport will initially serve 45 million passengers per year and will compete with Europe’s largest hub airports.
52 Lime Street, colloquially known as ‘The Scalpel’, has been shortlisted in the Commercial Property Project of the Year category. A striking 190-metre office tower in the historic heart of the City of London, it was designed for W.R. Berkley as the location of their UK headquarters and to let to tenants.
Platform 16, 55 Hudson Yards, Rosewood Bangkok, China Resources Tower, and CITIC Tower were among this year’s recipients.
The Floral Court Collection, part of the mixed-use Floral Court development for Capital & Counties (Capco), has been shortlisted in two categories: Apartment Development of the Year; and Best Interior Design Development.
The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design has selected the KPF Co-Founder and Chairman as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious award, established in 2017 to honor an architect who has changed the course of design history.
The three-tower, mixed-use project is slated for completion in 2022 after breaking ground last fall.