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On April 21, the Director of KPF’s San Francisco office will discuss how the pandemic has caused a reset for the city and what opportunities lie ahead for the downtown area.
On Wednesday April 21, KPF Principal John Bushell will join speakers from London and Chicago to discuss how tall buildings and the zero-carbon agenda are shaping both cities. The event will be hosted by New London Architecture in association with the Chicago Architecture Centre.
On April 15th, the KPF Principal discussed “Food Nourishment Place: An Architectural Perspective,” in the premiere episode of AWA AGORA’s third season.
On April 15, the KPF Director reflected on the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic on office culture as part of the event titled, “The Bridge Between Academia and the Built Environment Professionals."
On April 6, the KPF Urban Data Analyst joined the “Does your Design Team Need a Software Developer?” webinar.
KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma presented at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC), April 12-16.
The KPF Principal joined the RIBA China’s Forum for a roundtable discussion; the event film was released this month to celebrate International Women’s Month.
On March 30th, the Principal gave a talk on the KPF-designed HKUST Guangzhou campus as part of BEED’s 13th Asia School Construction Conference.
The firm’s Digital Practice team hosted over 60 events during the weeklong online festival of ideas, presented in partnership with leaders in the field of contemporary AEC design and technology.
On March 25th, the KPF Principal moderated the “Sustainable Building Innovations and Safety” panel as part of Commercial Observer’s 5th Annual Higher Education Construction Forum
On March 25th, the KPF Principal and Senior Associate Principal will discuss the future of mass timber in a panel produced in collaboration with New York Building Congress’ Young Professionals Committee.
As part of Women’s History Month, KPF+ hosted a lecture by Libby Sellers “We Don’t Embroider Cushions Here: Women in Modern Design”.
As part of Open Data Week, on March 11, Brandon showcased block party, an interface that aims to make local policy information easily accessible.
On March 18, the KPF President and Design Principal discussed the process of designing cutting-edge office buildings, from development to completion.