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On January 26, the KPF President will discuss the designs of the China Resources Tower and Lotte World Tower, two of KPF’s supertalls in Asia.
The D.C. project, completed in 1997, ushered in a new architectural style to the nation’s capital, departing from the dominant classical and brutalist styles, with its expressive and transparent façade.
Earlier this month, the KPFLab team announced its second annual global competition, tasking staff with designing virtual 3D snow globes.
Asli Oney, Digital Fabrication Manager, and Darwin Diaz, Digital Fabrication Technologist, shared their innovative uses of 3D printing techniques and discussed the future of digital fabrication.
KPF showcased an exhibition of projects from around the region, and on December 3, Fausto Nunes, Senior Associate Principal from KPF’s Shanghai office, gave a speech, highlighting the firm’s sustainability goals.
On Saturday, November 21, KPF volunteers participated in the National Organization of Minority Architects Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) professional development program.
This fall, KPF hosted a virtual challenge to encourage the firm’s global employees to exercise for a good cause. Based on total miles covered, the firm donated over $20,000 to local charities and Habitat for Humanity.
On December 8, the Associate Principal joined an event led by Hong Kong’s Business Environment Council to share strategies for cities to achieve zero waste.
On December 8, the KPF Principal provided insight into the purpose and design of the Guangzhou campus extension of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
In the fourth installment of the IncluCity series, David Dropkin of Buro Happold discussed how diversity and equity relate to design, focusing on a theme of “designing inclusively is designing responsively."
The KPF President and Design Principal took part in a virtual panel discussion on Friday, December 4.
Bernard Chang, Florence Chan, Martin Tang, and Yunxiang Peng present their speculative project titled “Porosity 4 Prosperity” at the exhibition’s Hong Kong Collateral Event, held virtually for the first time in its 17 year history.