Stories about architecture, cities, people, and inspiration. Through words, images and video, learn more about the impact of KPF's work in the built environment.
Situated adjacent to Vancouver’s historic Rogers Building, 601 West Pender Street interweaves elements of nature with architecture to create an urban oasis within the city.
Carlos Cerezo Davila discussed how KPF is implementing sustainable design strategies, the story of his career path, and the value of an international perspective in the architecture industry.
Chosen from nearly 750 entries, the Rosewood Bangkok was shortlisted in the Luxury Hotel category and the Rosewood Hong Kong in the Event Spaces category.
The mixed-use design provides new homes, nursery and specialist educational accommodation. Alongside 31 new homes, the building will provide social and community group uses, including a new nursery and a specialist children’s education and care facility.
On Tuesday, April 28, the KPF President will join the magazine’s webinar series Metropolis Forums to discuss what the current pandemic means for real estate.
The highest outdoor observation deck in the western hemisphere, Edge cantilevers 80 feet from the 100th floor of the supertall tower to provide views in all directions, including below through a glass floor.
On Friday 21 February, KPF’s revised scheme for Grosvenor’s build to rent neighbourhood in Bermondsey, London was granted planning consent.
A mixed-use development in Kunming, China, Spring City 66's design reconnects the city’s pedestrian pathways as it nods to the unique landscape of Yunnan Province.
The KPF President and Design Principal discusses the design of One Vanderbilt, the constraints of working in the historic Grand Central Station district, and his path to becoming an architect.
The Pinnacle at Central Wharf will reconnect Downtown Boston to the waterfront with new public space, and advance the Climate Ready Boston initiative through significant sustainable and resilient design elements.
The winning projects will be recognized at an exhibition at the Center for Architecture opening on April 16 and a luncheon ceremony the following day.
Forth Bagley, Josh Chaiken, and Marianne Kwok shared their recommendations for hotels around the world in Phaidon’s recent publication.
Recognized for Excellence in Mixed-Use Development and Excellence in Office Development, the projects transform a previously desolate and under-utilized site into a vibrant new neighborhood with cutting-edge, energy efficient office space.
KPF’s London office has embraced a new medium, turning its focus from the skyline to the sugarscape to participate in Gingerbread City. The annual exhibition invites the public to connect with architecture and urban design as well as raising money to support the Museum of Architecture.