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.
Chosen from over 1,000 total submissions, the Rosewood Bangkok was awarded in the Luxury Hotel category.
Details of the new campus, known as Downtown West, were featured in The Architect’s Newspaper.
KPFui’s tool Scout won the Data Design category, beating finalists from such entities as the New York Times, Salesforce, the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, Pentagram, and others, while Edge at 30 Hudson Yards received an honorable mention in the Spaces and Places category.
Designed by KPF and developed by Skanska, the office tower is set apart from its peers with a dynamic, angular form that maximizes views and interior flexibility.
KPF’s update and expansion to University of Kentucky’s Law school, Rosenberg College of Law, transforms the program’s physical presence and enhances its role as a social force for education.
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.
The first tower completed as part of New York City’s East Midtown Rezoning, and with a direct connection to its metro and regional transit system, One Vanderbilt symbolizes the city’s resilience and looks to the future of its central business district with a number of public realm benefits, carefully crafted materiality, and a tapered form that establishes a striking skyline presence.
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.
Speaking individually, Asli Oney, James Brogan, Cobus Bothma, and Ross Page discuss the benefits of 3D printing on KPF’s design process, especially at the international level.