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The firm celebrates the opening of its third office in the country to service ongoing work and new commissions, and engage with existing and new clients.
The KPF Principal shared predictions for the future of architecture, as the field shifts to techniques that embrace sustainability and combat climate change.
The KPF-designed tower is fully integrated with the new station, which offers Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) customers service to midtown east, and the region’s larger transportation network.
The KPF Director spoke with the blog about the inspiration for and the challenges that arose while designing the supertall tower that will be the tallest in Austin upon completion.
The KPF-designed project within the larger Thamrin Nine complex won Best Office Development (Asia) and the Hong Kong neighborhood won Best Mixed-Use Development (Asia) in the 2022 program.
Following the firm’s tradition, KPF invited staff to design cards in theme with the Year of the Rabbit, followed by global employees voting on their favorite designs.
The Kerry Qianhai Treehouse and Vanke Cloud Gradus were both shortlisted in Future Developments categories, with the winners to be announced on February 28.
KPF co-founder A. Eugene (Gene) Kohn has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London and gowned an Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects (WCCA), in acknowledgment of his contribution to architecture.
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.