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Two KPF projects have been shortlisted in this year’s New London Awards. The Bermondsey Project, in Southwark, and Plumtree Court, in the City of London, demonstrate the breadth of KPF’s work in London, from state-of-the-art workplaces to complex master plans.
KPF’s update and expansion to University of Kentucky’s Law school, Rosenberg College of Law, transforms the program’s physical presence and enhances its role as a social force for education.
Spring City 66, SOHO Gubei, Victoria Dockside, the Ping An Finance Centre South Tower, the China Resources Tower, and the Bund Fosun Center have been awarded in the prestigious awards program.
The Chicago Athenaeum recognized 10 & 30 Hudson Yards, 52 Lime Street, Azrieli Tower, and Spring City 66 for their excellence in architecture from a global perspective. The four KPF projects span three continents and four countries.
Edge and China Resources Tower have been shortlisted in the 8th Annual A+ Popular Choice Awards, with winners to be determined by a public vote, open through July 31.
Yotam Ben Hur of Harvard GSD and Andrew Keung of Columbia GSAPP are the winners of this year’s grants, established in honor of the life and work of late KPF Principal Paul Katz.
Chosen from nearly 750 entries, the Rosewood Bangkok was shortlisted in the Luxury Hotel category and the Rosewood Hong Kong in the Event Spaces category.
The KPF-designed office tower earned recognition in the Commercial Lobby/Amenity Space category for its finely crafted materiality and transit-connected spaces.
Recipients will be awarded cash prizes to fund summer research on far-reaching topics that push the boundaries of critical thinking and architectural design.
The recently completed repositioning project was recognized for reusing an existing structure, thereby preserving embodied carbon and reducing its potential environmental impact.
Announced earlier this month, KPF’s tower has been recognized for its proven success with energy and carbon emissions reduction strategies.
KPF’s work for McCord Hall at the W. P. Carey School of Business has been named the Best of Class in Higher Education.
A central piece of KPF’s work in London’s historic Covent Garden, Floral Court was one of just eight projects to be recognized by the prestigious national program. The winners will be exhibited at the AIA Conference on Architecture in Los Angeles in May.