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The KPF Principals are two of the 10 architects elevated from AIA’s New York City chapter to Fellowship, and the only two in the Design category.
A group of volunteers from the London office joined forces to undertake much-needed maintenance and preparations for a family event at the Islington facility.
Two KPF projects, UOB Plaza Bangkok and One Nine Elms, have been named the Best International Office Development and Best International Residential High-Rise Development, respectively, following regional award wins earlier this year.
The guide recently announced its 2024 Star Awards, where the KPF-designed residences and resort earned the Five-Star accolade, a feat rare within the first year of opening.
At the 2024 edition of the conference, held in Miami, the KPF Principal discussed the importance of environmental resilience in urban design.
On February 22, the KPF Senior Computational Designer shared tips on how to construct and lead a team that works holistically to define and achieve project goals.
A diorama of the KPF-designed tower is on view at the museum as part of the “Tall Timber: The Future of Cities in Wood” exhibit, highlighting mass timber construction.
The Materials Movement: Creating Value with Better Building Materials explores how real estate developers, architects, and others are using healthy and sustainable building materials, citing KPF’s Hangzhou development as a prime example.
In the latest episode of the Michelle Obayda-hosted podcast, KPF’s Applied Research: Project Innovation Manager spoke about the origins of his interest in AI and how his team utilizes the newest technology.
In addition to office celebrations around the world, we continued the firm’s tradition of staff-designed cards, wishing everyone a Happy Lunar New Year with a piece made by Marketing Coordinator Jessie Xiang.
KPF Celebrates the Official Re-Naming of Abu Dhabi International to Zayed International Airport, Terminal A
Entirely designed by KPF – from airside to landside, building to furniture – the state-of-the-art complex will serve up to 45 million passengers annually, doubling the airport’s capacity, and provide an inspiring new gateway to an increasingly interconnected world.