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.
On October 23rd, the KPF Director will guide viewers through the design of the hotel tower and share how it fits into the larger KPF-designed waterfront development.
Short Film on KPF's Resiliency and Renewal Program for NYCHA Featured in Open House New York Weekend
The KPF-produced film documents the design process behind the NYCHA neighborhood revitalization alongside collaborating partners and is available on-demand as part of OHNY’s Weekend design festival.
The KPF-designed office tower is a central point of the article, which discusses the challenges the pandemic has presented for commercial office buildings, and highlights the details and amenities that have allowed One Vanderbilt to flourish.
The video includes interviews with KPF President James von Klemperer alongside academics, urban planners, and Songdo residents, looking back on the success of the South Korean city that was planned from scratch to incorporate smart technology and support a sustainable urban lifestyle.
The Municipal Arts Society honored the Bedford-Stuyvesant initiative, developed by the Van Alen Institute and Urban Design Forum, with special recognition for its neighborhood contribution and thoughtful design solutions.
One of the tallest exposed hybrid mass timber office buildings in North America at 260 feet tall, Burrard Exchange is the most prominent component of a series of interventions that preserve the legacy of the Bentall Centre as the premier office complex in downtown Vancouver.
One Vanderbilt and Qiantan Center placed third and fifth, respectively, in this year’s awards celebrating the 10 best recently completed towers over 100 meters tall in cities around the world.
The KPF-designed hotels were recognized in the hotel newbuild and amenity categories for bars, lounges, and event spaces in the 2021 awards.
The recently completed project has been recognised in the British Homes Awards, the New London Awards and the Resi Awards.
Continuing its 9/11 anniversary series, the outlet considers the next twenty years of skyscraper design, with the KPF President predicting an increase in the use of masonry and craft, as well as a greater mix of uses.
20 years after 9/11, Architectural Record highlights the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, with input from the KPF Principal on the firm’s design for the master plan’s final plot.
Jill Lerner and Carlos Cerezo Davila Present HKUST Guangzhou in Lab Design Conference Keynote Presentation
On September 21st, the KPF Principal and Environmental Design Director discussed the significant lab and research facilities of the conference's feature project.
The KPF-renovation project features new terraces on multiple floors, offering expansive outdoor spaces in Midtown Manhattan.