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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.
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.
Spring City 66, SOHO Gubei, Victoria Dockside, the Ping An Finance Centre South Tower, the China Resources Tower, and the Bund Fosun Center have been awarded in the prestigious awards program.
One & Five Bank Street in London's Canary Wharf has been certified BREEAM Outstanding for the shell and Core, making it the largest UK New Construction to achieve ‘Outstanding’ at final certification.*
The KPF-designed MGM Cotai opened this season of the BBC's Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby.
KPF Principal John Bushell presented 81 Newgate Street as part of the City Architecture Forum (CAF) 2020 Digital Lecture Series on Tuesday July 28.
Edge and China Resources Tower have been shortlisted in the 8th Annual A+ Popular Choice Awards, with winners to be determined by a public vote, open through July 31.
Situated adjacent to Vancouver’s historic Rogers Building, 601 West Pender Street interweaves elements of nature with architecture to create an urban oasis within the city.
A joint effort of the Urban Design Forum and the Van Alen Institute, Neighborhoods Now will connect four New York neighborhoods heavily impacted by the pandemic with leading design firms to collaborate and develop safe and effective reopening strategies.
The KPF Environmental Performance Director showcased best practices for zero carbon building design in Boston.