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.
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 assessment 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.
Chosen from nearly 750 entries, the Rosewood Bangkok was shortlisted in the Luxury Hotel category and the Rosewood Hong Kong in the Event Spaces category.
The mixed-use design provides new homes, nursery and specialist educational accommodation. Alongside 31 new homes, the building will provide social and community group uses, including a new nursery and a specialist children’s education and care facility.
The KPF-designed office tower earned recognition in the Commercial Lobby/Amenity Space category for its finely crafted materiality and transit-connected spaces.
The firm’s Environmental Performance team (KPFep) has submitted data for 120+ buildings, with over 110 million square feet of space designed with consideration for newly established standards for energy efficiency and carbon emissions reductions.
The recently completed repositioning project was recognized for reusing an existing structure, thereby preserving embodied carbon and reducing its potential environmental impact.