On the heels of the successful One Vanderbilt partnership, KPF and SL Green will create a premier office building across from Madison Square Park in the heart of Midtown South.
The project creates a sustainable mixed-use urban environment that welcomes visitors to experience nature and art in an active setting, establishing a new form of participatory urbanism.
KPF is thrilled to announce the project’s completion, which acts as the centerpiece of the city’s latest waterfront district and the development’s first trophy office space.
KPF recently opened new representative offices in San Francisco, Berlin, and Singapore to help the global practice service an exciting series of current projects, new commissions, and imminent endeavors.
KPF has won a competition held by Development Partner AG, in association with the city of Düsseldorf, to design a landmark building in the Golzheim business district.
KPF Senior Associate Principal architect and urban designer Stefan Al joined CGTN’s broadcast The Heat to discuss the challenges of China’s rapid urbanization as they relate to sustainability and human scale.
One of the largest proposed projects in downtown San Jose has received final approval from city officials, with construction on the KPF-designed campus expected to start early next year.
KPF and Heatherwick Studio are pleased to announce their selection by Changi Airport Group, the manager and operator of Singapore Changi Airport, as the design leaders of the airport’s new Terminal 5.
Hudson Yards has been profiled in the May issue of Architectural Record, with a thematic focus on tall buildings worldwide.
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.