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The KPF-designed Washington DC project was given the Best of the Best: Building and Best Washington, DC Urban Office titles in this year’s DC | MD Awards of Excellence.
Details of the new campus, known as Downtown West, were featured in The Architect’s Newspaper.
On October 17, Marianne Kwok, Design Director, joins Hervé Descottes, Principal at L’Observatoire International, to discuss the inspiration behind the observation deck at 30 Hudson Yards.
390 Madison Avenue, 55 Hudson Yards, and the NYCHA Red Hook Houses were chosen from over 400 submissions as recipients of American Architecture Awards.
Spanning across three countries in Asia, the hotels were included amongst the best on the continent by readers in the 33rd annual ranking by CNT.
Announced on September 29 by Multifamily Executive, the 2.2 million-square-foot Manhattan development was honored with the 2020 High-Rise Project of the Year Award.
At the “Strategies for Reopening and Recovery” event on October 7, KPF presented their work in collaboration with Bed-Stuy Restoration.
On Wednesday, September 30, two members of KPF’s Environmental Performance team shared their research titled “Early Façade Design Performance Targets For Local Law 97.”
As part of the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee, the KPF Principal moderated September 24's Women Design Leaders Series.
The KPF Principal moderated Thursday’s talk on how to return people to the office safely and better design spaces to account for the future of COVID-19.
KPFui’s tool Scout won the Data Design category, beating finalists from such entities as the New York Times, Salesforce, the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, Pentagram, and others, while Edge at 30 Hudson Yards received an honorable mention in the Spaces and Places category.
KPF is pleased to announce that 46 people across the global practice have been promoted to leadership positions, naming seven new Directors, 16 Senior Associate Principals (SAP) and 26 Associate Principals (AP).
The two musicians rose above New York City, performing on the highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, in their new music video, “Pa Ti.”