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As the year comes to a close, KPF highlights the firm’s accomplishments of 2020, from project milestones and awards to events and new partnerships.
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.
KPF’s design for the Baltimore-based investment management firm’s new building made the top 10 list of the current, best, unbuilt architecture.
Located in Beatty Development’s Harbor Point, the pedestrian-scaled project connects to the waterfront and a new park.
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.
CITIC Tower, China Resources Tower, Ping An Finance Centre, Suzhou IFS, and One Shenzhen Bay were included in the CTBUH’s Chinese publication "The Frontier of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: Global Development Interpretation and Case Studies (Vol. 1)."
The observation deck at 30 Hudson Yards won in the Outdoor Space category in this year’s program.
The KPF tower was chosen by the outlet as one of the top 10 buildings of the year for its contribution to the New York skyline.
In Building Design + Construction’s annual ranking, KPF placed 10th in the top 155 architecture firms of the year for work in nonresidential and multifamily buildings.
KPF’s new Midtown supertall was honored in the Office/Retail/Mixed Use category of the magazine’s Best Projects of 2020 program.
Rethinking sustainable urbanism, the high-performance, mixed-use building provides optimal efficiency and performance, while prioritizing the pedestrian experience.
Victoria Dockside, K11 Musea, Sequis Tower, Grand Gateway 66 Renovation, and Qianhai Kerry Centre were recognized across six categories in this year’s awards.
The KPF Director touched on COVID-19’s impact on project completion timelines in San Jose, California.
The design of this prominent repositioning project adjacent to Madison Square Park retains and redevelops 67% of its existing structure and adds a state-of-the-art tower to create premier office space with over an acre of outdoor space across multiple terraces.