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The KPF-designed student center at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou) was honored in the architecture category of the Hong Kong chapter’s annual program.
Featured in a roundup of the best sites to visit in Dubai for architecture enthusiasts, the KPF-designed residences and resort was included for its stunning stepped form and equally impressive amenities.
On December 6, the KPF Director will discuss how to connect communities and innovative transportation solutions on a panel in the Texas capital.
Two landmark developments, Greenland Bund Centre and Suzhou International Finance Square, were awarded first prize, while Embankment Square and Qiantan Center also received recognition.
The financial services company will expand its Hudson Yards footprint, bringing 2,300 employees to the KPF-designed building in a transformation of part of the space from retail to office.
The KPF President and Senior Associate Principal spoke about Qiantan Lot21’s residential development at the “Century Qiantan – Tianhui” event focused on the neighborhood’s newest project.
On December 7, the KPF Principal will speak on a panel at the UK Life Sciences Winter Forecast, where he will provide insight into future proofing lab spaces to fulfill tenant needs.
The two KPF-designed projects were included in the organization’s inaugural AHEAD 100, a global roundup of the best hotels to have opened over the past year.
On November 27, the KPF Principal presented a keynote highlighting the firm’s award-winning hotels and resorts at the Vienna forum.
Principal Rob Whitlock gave a talk on the design and development of the KPF-designed project in an event dedicated to Thamrin Nine, featuring seminars and a site visit on November 17.
The KPF-designed district won Gold in the Commercial category of the 8th annual program, with members of the firm’s Shanghai office attending the ceremony to accept the award.
The KPF Senior Computational Designer shared insight and practical applications of computational design through real-world examples at the annual event hosted by the AIA Architects League of Northern New Jersey.