MNP Tower was recently named by the NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, as their Office Project of the Year.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) recognized KPF’s leadership in the design of supertall buildings with the inclusion of 16 KPF projects – the most from any single firm – in its recently published book 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.
Six KPF projects, ranging from master plans to mixed-use developments, received medals at the 2016 MIPIM Asia Awards.
Construction recently topped out for the new Collegiate School building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Three KPF projects have recently received awards for excellence in concrete construction, including 10 Hudson Yards and 45 East 22nd Street, both in New York City, and McCord Hall at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.
On September 23rd, the principals of Kohn Pedersen Fox teamed with Rebuilding Together NYC and the Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association to revitalize the outdoor community space for a affordable housing complex in the South Bronx.
The recently-completed Prudential Newark Tower has been awarded LEED Gold Certification.
Growing up Seoul, Lee Changsub’s favorite activity is watching construction of the 123-floor Lotte Tower through binoculars from his balcony at home. All of 9-years-old, Changsub has studied skyscrapers, memorizing all the tallest towers in the world and their architects. He has filled his head with facts and figures about how they are constructed, and sketches his own building designs complete with floor plans, elevations, and height calculations.
500 West 21st Street was recently honored with an AIANYS Design Award. Awarded annually since 1968, the American Institute of Architects in New York State’s (AIANYS) Design Awards celebrate, honor, and promote excellence in architectural design and planning by New York State architects. The Design Awards select built and unbuilt projects that are not only beautiful, but also built with resiliency, energy efficiency, and sustainability.