Stories about architecture, cities, people, and inspiration. Through words, images and video, learn more about the impact of KPF’s work in the built environment.
On January 18th, the KPF Environmental Design Director spoke on the first panel of the firm-sponsored 2023 event series “Good Trouble: Creativity + Collaboration.”
On January 17th, the KPF Principal discussed the firm’s approach to planning, through case studies across three continents that showcase working methods in various urban environments.
On January 25th, the KPF Associate Director of Human Resources will highlight the importance of firm culture and examine firm policies as part of a panel with other HR experts.
With the project now open for future bookings and slated for a Grand Reveal later this month, Sleeper takes an in-depth look into the KPF-designed resort in Dubai that reimagines the possibilities of modern resort architecture.
For the fourth time, KPFLab closed out the year with a competition encouraging global staff to design 3D printed ornaments, channeling the holiday spirit.
On December 14th, the KPF Principal spoke on a panel sharing strategies to lower emissions, design net-zero housing and infrastructure, and create an equitable, clean tech economy.
The KPF Design Principal returned to the jury for the second year, joining international industry leaders from architectural practice, academia, engineering disciplines, conservation bodies, and the media, to select winners from the projects presented live at the festival.
On December 6th, the KPF Senior Associate Principal joined a panel to explore the development of the neighborhood and emerging trends in construction and design.
At the annual conference, KPF President James von Klemperer and Principals Jeff Kenoff and Rob Whitlock presented One Vanderbilt, Sequis Tower, and One Crown Place, as finalists in the awards program, in addition to a presentation related to KPF’s work featured in CTBUH’s new book.
During this year’s annual ACLCA conference, the KPF Environmental Performance Specialist discussed integrating LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) into architectural education and bridging the gap between designers and LCA practitioners.