KPF’s Lotte World Tower opened on Monday, April 3rd, 2017. The 123-story, 555-meters-tall tower is now the tallest building in South Korea and the fifth tallest in the world.
The KPF-designed School of Transnational Law for Peking University (PKU) opened on March 20th, 2017, with Managing Principal Jill Lerner and Director Elie Gamburg attending the ceremony in Shenzhen, China.
The KPF project in Incheon, Korea, has been named an Urban Design finalist for Fast Company’s 2017 World Changing Ideas Awards.
Previously stationed as Chief Urban Designer for the New York City Department of City Planning (DCP), Mr. Shumaker will add a new dimension of leadership to KPF’s urban planning and design portfolio.
The New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has recognized NYCHA Red Hook Houses among its 2017 Design Awards Winners. The future project received Merit distinction in the Urban Design category.
Last week, on February 23rd, the AIANY Global Dialogues Committee hosted a panel discussion titled Displacements_People, the first in a series that will focus on displacement in conversation with architecture and design.
Ping An Finance Centre in Shenzhen and Hysan Place in Hong Kong have been chosen for PMQ’s 10 x 100 exhibition, which began in Hong Kong late February and continues through early March.
On Friday, February 3, 2017, Kohn Pedersen Fox celebrated the first concrete pour at the site of One Vanderbilt, set to be the tallest office tower in New York.
KPF kicked off February by opening the doors to our Midtown studios working on a notable range of buildings at different stages of conception, design, and construction.
KPF is seeking qualified candidates for several positions in the New York, NY office.