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 has been shortlisted for the Building Design Refurbishment Architect of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in London on 8 March 2017.
KPF is seeking qualified candidates for several positions in the New York, NY office.
On February 1, 2017, the Urban Green Council (UGC) organized a discussion titled Making Cities Smarter: Using Data to Shape NYC to delve into the intersection of design and technology as it relates to the issues facing cities, especially climate change.
For the past year, Abu Dhabi Airports Company has been monitoring the construction of its Midfield Terminal Complex from a unique vantage point. On January 31, the company released a three-minute video of footage from the site, which presents sequential clips of its progress over a 12-month span.
10 Hudson Yards, the first tower of New York City’s newest neighborhood, is a finalist for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) New York 2nd Annual Awards for Excellence in Development. The completed project has been chosen for the Excellence in Office Development category.
KPF is 40 years old, has delivered some 600 buildings in that time and is looking forward to the next four decades. But what is its ethos? Is it just another big corporate practice? And where is it going?
New York City’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards, won Future Civic Project of the Year at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards held in Berlin. The project was presented on Wednesday, November 16th, and announced as the winner that evening.
On Tuesday, October 18th, SL Green and Kohn Pedersen Fox celebrated the groundbreaking of One Vanderbilt, set to be the second tallest tower in New York.