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The renovation project in Manhattan was honored for its engineering excellence with the Platinum Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York.
Victoria Dockside, K11 Musea, Sequis Tower, Grand Gateway 66 Renovation, and Qianhai Kerry Centre were recognized across six categories in this year’s awards.
KPF’s iconic tower in the City of London features on the cover and inside the European Special Issue of IGS magazine.
The KPF mixed-use project in southeastern France, designed with Architect of Record SOHO Atlas in Fine, reached the milestone in early January.
On January 26, the KPF President will discuss the designs of the China Resources Tower and Lotte World Tower, two of KPF’s supertalls in Asia.
Work on the KPF-designed renovation project in Manhattan’s Flatiron District commenced in November 2020.
The D.C. project, completed in 1997, ushered in a new architectural style to the nation’s capital, departing from the dominant classical and brutalist styles, with its expressive and transparent façade.
Members of the global design and development team celebrated the milestone for the mixed-use development on December 30th, with many in attendance virtually.
As the year comes to a close, KPF highlights the firm’s accomplishments of 2020, from project milestones and awards to events and new partnerships.
On December 23, the KPF team celebrated the milestone for the multi-phase, mixed-use development.
11 KPF-designed projects won 13 awards across six categories, with One Shenzhen Bay receiving the Pro+ Platinum award.
Located in Beatty Development’s Harbor Point, the pedestrian-scaled project connects to the waterfront and a new park.
CITIC Tower, China Resources Tower, Ping An Finance Centre, Suzhou IFS, and One Shenzhen Bay were included in the CTBUH’s Chinese publication "The Frontier of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: Global Development Interpretation and Case Studies (Vol. 1)."