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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.
Earlier this month, the KPFLab team announced its second annual global competition, tasking staff with designing virtual 3D snow globes.
This fall, KPF hosted a virtual challenge to encourage the firm’s global employees to exercise for a good cause. Based on total miles covered, the firm donated over $20,000 to local charities and Habitat for Humanity.
The Bermondsey Project, which gained planning permission earlier this year, has won the ‘Planning’ category of the New London Awards.
On October 17, Marianne Kwok, Design Director, joined Hervé Descottes, Principal at L’Observatoire International, to discuss the inspiration behind the observation deck at 30 Hudson Yards.
On Sunday night, The Weeknd performed “Blinding Lights” from the observation deck at 30 Hudson Yards, Edge, with the New York City skyline as his backdrop.
The KPF-designed MGM Cotai opened this season of the BBC's Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby.
At a recent virtual Town Hall, the firm screened “Home Is Where the Art Is,” the second annual global KPF Art Show.
KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma, and Architectural Designer Ayman Tawfeeq, presented at Unreal Fest Online 2020, on Tuesday July 14.
The KPF Principal nominated the lift - or elevator - in the ‘30 Objects’ series for the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
The firm honored LGBTQ+ Pride throughout the month of June, continuing a partnership with Build Out Alliance and hosting multiple internal events that address social justice in design.
In a recent edition of the firm’s weekly meeting series, staff members from around the world came together to watch short videos showcasing colleagues’ home workspaces and personal projects.