On January 31st, KPF Principals James von Klemperer and Jill Lerner discussed the power of architectural design solutions and public/private collaboration when addressing urban infrastructure concerns.
The symposium explored how the dueling impacts of power and equity continue to shape the fields of architectural practice and academia.
The KPF Senior Associate Principal outlines a three step process for confronting the risks of climate change.
The KPF Director and nineteen other industry-leading women have been recognized by the nonprofit organization for outstanding accomplishments in their field.
At Convergence: Crossroad in Singapore, the AIA International Region’s 4th annual conference, the KPF President and Design Principal outlined the challenges and advantages of making neighborhoods from the viewpoint of a global practice.
In October, Marianne Kwok and Hana Kassem, both leaders in the KPF studio, presented on their exciting and ambitious work with the firm, as well as the experience and challenges of being a woman in architecture today.
On October 27th, the two Principals were recognized by the Singapore Board of Architects at the organization’s annual presentation ceremony in anticipation of several major KPF projects in the region.
The firm’s leaders contributed to the conference’s narrative “Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism” with an Opening Plenary from von Klemperer, KPF President, and a Panel Discussion featuring Chehabeddine, Design Principal.
von Klemperer introduced the conference’s theme of urban placemaking – addressing history and process through the analysis of five global neighborhoods of varying scales, locations and solutions.
KPF Director Devin Ratliff presented an overview of the firm’s work to redevelop the NYCHA Red Hook Houses after Hurricane Sandy as part of “Housing Our Cities’ Growing Populations” – a recent webinar hosted by Architectural Record and the Continuing Education Center.