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KPF Design Principal John Bushell is participating in a panel discussion ‘Laid Back or High-ly Strung; The Future Community Power Struggle’ as part of the London Festival of Architecture on Tuesday October 6.
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.
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).
On September 10, the KPF Architectural Designer gave a presentation on the Rhino and Grasshopper plugin he designed and developed, PedSim, in an event hosted by the Rhino creators, McNeel Europe.
On Wednesday, September 23, the KPF Principal will present prior to the panel on clean construction.
On Tuesday, September 22, the KPF Principal took part in a conversation with fellow Rhode Island School of Design alumni, moderated by Deborah Berke.
Adaptive design and the NYCHA Red Hook Houses are the focus of the Principal’s commentary in the recent article on resilience and climate change in architecture.
On Thursday, September 17, the Design Principal took part in an intimate virtual conversation about building his architectural career, which spans nearly six decades.
On August 13th and 14th, Nunes and Li, Senior Associate Principals in KPF’s Shanghai office, participated in the Windoor Facade Expo in Guangzhou City.
KPF President James von Klemperer discussed the firm’s ongoing efforts to address racial injustice, including KPF Public, a collaborative within the firm seeking diversity, equity, and inclusion, both internally and through outreach.
KPF's Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, participated in the first episode of The Pulse, a new series of interviews and live Q&A's by Unreal Engine. The series will be exploring the latest thinking on interactive 3D technology.