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.
KPF’s recent self-published book took home the top recognition in the Book/Monograph Print Edition category of the Society of Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) awards program.
John Bushell, KPF Design Principal gave a brief speech at the star-studded launch of the Park Hyatt London River Thames Residences, part of the KPF-designed development.
An in-depth look at 14 of the firm’s most iconic buildings around the world, the volume reveals how the overall design concept is realized down to the smallest scale with crafted elements such as custom-glazed terra cotta tiles, cast bronze art, and carved blocks of stone.
Yesterday, KPF celebrated the completion of the 266-meter office tower developed by Mori Building Co., Ltd, marking the Japanese urban landscape company’s first development project in Southeast Asia.
Following the opening of the KPF-designed residential tower, the outlet released a feature on Arthaus developer Carl Dranoff, exploring how the project is providing residents with wellness-driven amenities.
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.