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One & Five Bank Street in London's Canary Wharf has been certified BREEAM Outstanding for the shell and Core, making it the largest UK New Construction assessment to achieve ‘Outstanding’ at final certification.*
In an op-ed for Metropolis magazine, co-authored by the KPF Principal and Jonsara Ruth, co-founder of Parsons’ Healthy Materials Lab, the duo highlights the potential health impacts of remaining indoors for extended periods of time.
Through the new platform KPF is taking specific action to combat inequities within the architecture profession and the built environment.
In its fifth year, the two-day ACAW conference will be held virtually, kicking off with a keynote by KPF President and Design Principal James von Klemperer and featuring a presentation about architectural terracotta by the KPF team.
The KPF-designed MGM Cotai opened this season of the BBC's Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby.
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.
At a recent virtual Town Hall, the firm screened “Home Is Where the Art Is,” the second annual global KPF Art Show.
KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, and Architectural Designer Ayman Tawfeeq, presented at Unreal Fest Online 2020, on Tuesday July 14.
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.
Situated adjacent to Vancouver’s historic Rogers Building, 601 West Pender Street interweaves elements of nature with architecture to create an urban oasis within the city.
The City of London Planning & Transportation Committee has approved plans for a deep retrofit of 81 Newgate Street, the former BT Headquarters. It was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) for Tejat V Lux Sàrl, advised by Orion Capital Managers and Pella Real Estate Partners. The design will transform a 1980’s office block into a sustainable, mixed-use building that is embedded in the wider public life of the City as a new gateway destination into London’s ‘Culture Mile’.
A joint effort of the Urban Design Forum and the Van Alen Institute, Neighborhoods Now will connect four New York neighborhoods heavily impacted by the pandemic with leading design firms to collaborate and develop safe and effective reopening strategies.
The KPF Principal nominated the lift - or elevator - in the ‘30 Objects’ series for the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
Carlos Cerezo Davila discussed how KPF is implementing sustainable design strategies, the story of his career path, and the value of an international perspective in the architecture industry.