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Commercial Observer reported the investment firm will occupy almost 350,000 square feet in the KPF-renovated office tower in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.
On September 26th, the KPF Director provided insight into the design process and inspiration behind the Shenzhen office tower, including the façade’s custom glazed terra cotta, at the 2022 symposium.
Following the unveiling of the airport’s expansion by Singapore’s Prime Minister, the outlet discusses KPF and Heatherwick Studio’s design that reimagines the airport design paradigm.
Suzhou IFS won Gold, while Crystal Plaza took Silver, and Hanking Qianhai received Merit recognition in the annual China Real Estate and Design awards.
The traveling biennale features “Unfold the Green Campus,” an installation by KPF, and on December 8th, Environmental Design Director Carlos Cerezo Davila will speak at a hybrid seminar.
Cutting Edge, Sustainable New Campus for Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Opens in Guangzhou
KPF is excited to announce the opening of the carbon neutral-ready, 267-acre research and learning campus, planned, designed, and built in 3 years from start to finish. HKUST(GZ) provides an inspirational environment for students, faculty, and staff to live, work, investigate, and study, establishing a world-leading standard in higher education for future generations and campuses across China.
Following World Skyscraper Day, the outlet released a roundup of 15 supertalls being built around the world, including the KPF-designed tower in Israel.
The KPF-designed residential tower is featured in the museum’s new exhibit “Residential Rising: Lower Manhattan Since 9/11,” highlighting the district’s shift in programming.
The 74-story, KPF-designed mixed-use tower integrates nature and public space into a design inspired by the site’s natural surroundings.
The Real Deal reported that developer Maximus shared the plans for the 152-acre project in San Francisco, including KPF’s contributions that include two residential buildings.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Emphasizes Changi Airport’s Ambitious Plans for Terminal 5
Addressing the nation during his annual National Day Rally speech, Prime Minister Lee spoke about Singapore’s decision to press ahead with Changi Airport’s T5 development.
The KPF Principal spoke with the architecture platform about the inspiration and process of designing the multi-building, mixed-use development in Hangzhou.