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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.
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.
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.
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.