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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.

Philadelphia Magazine Spotlights Arthaus’s Healthy Spaces

Following the opening of the KPF-designed residential tower, the outlet released a feature on Arthaus developer Carl Dranoff, exploring how he is providing residents with wellness-driven amenities.

KPF Develops Wind Analysis Tool with SimScale

The firm’s Environmental Performance team utilized SimScale’s application programming interface to create a wind modeling engine that increases efficiency in early-stage design studies.

The New York Times Visits Brooklyn Point’s Pools

KPF Design Principal Bruce Fisher spoke with the outlet about the residential tower’s amenities, including an intimate basement lap pool that can be used year-round.

Lotte World Tower One of Seoul’s Top Projects to Visit

ArchDaily included the KPF-designed supertall as part of an Architecture City Guide of 30 places to see in the country’s capital.

KPF-Designed Tower and Chongqing’s Tallest Building Tops Out

On June 18, International Land-Sea Center, the anchor of the three-building Chongqing 100 complex in Southwest China celebrated the milestone with a light show.

KPF Attends Bhrama Shrine Installation Hosted at UOB Plaza Bangkok

Last month, the firm joined the United Overseas Bank Thailand office for a ceremony believed to bring prosperity to all UOB colleagues as the first tenants move into the new KPF-designed offices later this year.

T. Rowe Price Global Headquarters Breaks Ground in Baltimore

Marking the investment firm’s 85th anniversary, the KPF-designed headquarters building broke ground in the city’s Harbor Point.

Site Work Underway at KPF’s 520 Fifth Avenue

The mixed-use, 1,000-foot tower weaves together luxury residential units and boutique office space, as well as recreational facilities and ground floor retail.

415 Natoma and 5M Neighborhood Open in San Francisco

Today, KPF celebrated the opening of the 25-story office building, anchoring the new Brookfield Properties mixed-use cultural arts district with Class A workspace and thoughtful public spaces for the community.

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