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KPF’s new Midtown supertall was honored in the Office/Retail/Mixed Use category of the magazine’s Best Projects of 2020 program.
The observation deck at 30 Hudson Yards is a finalist in the Outdoor Space category in this year’s program.
Rethinking sustainable urbanism, the high-performance, mixed-use building provides optimal efficiency and performance, while prioritizing the pedestrian experience.
Victoria Dockside, K11 Musea, Sequis Tower, Grand Gateway 66 Renovation, and Qianhai Kerry Centre were recognized across six categories in this year’s awards.
The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, Echelon Seaport, K11 Musea, and Rosewood Bangkok were awarded in the “Shops & Stores, Shopping Malls, Hotels, Restaurants” sector of the 2020 Prix Versailles Awards.
The KPF development transformed a previously desolate and under-utilized site into a vibrant new neighborhood with cutting-edge, energy efficient office space.
The Bermondsey Project, which gained planning permission earlier this year, has won the ‘Planning’ category of the New London Awards.
18 Robinson and Rosewood Bangkok were included in the Skyscraper of the Year top 10 list.
KPF’s Demi Chang, Ping-Hsiang Chen, Brandon Pachuca, and Peng Wang participated in the virtual event, which challenged teams to develop innovative, open-source projects from start to finish in just 26 hours.
The KPF-designed hotel is a finalist in the Best Luxury Hotel category in the Boutique Design-sponsored awards.
52 Lime Street, known as The Scalpel, has been awarded a Structural Steel Design Award, in recognition of its innovative design.
18 Robinson, SOHO Gubei, CITIC Tower, and Edge at 30 Hudson Yards were all honored with AMP awards, with 18 Robinson named Best of the Best.
Chosen from over 1,000 total submissions, the Rosewood Bangkok was awarded in the Luxury Hotel category.