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KPF Design Principal, John Bushell has been reselected for New London Architecture's Expert Panel on Tall Buildings 2021, looking at placemaking and environmental impacts of towers and attitudes to tall buildings.
Kicking off on October 5th, the conference featured talks from KPF’s Head of Digital Practice and members of the BIM team, highlighting the firm's use of technology to respond to design challenges and evolving climates.
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.
KPF Principal Rebecca Cheng and Head of Digital Practice Nicholas Desbiens will participate as jurors in the 6-hour competition, which challenges students from universities across China to design 3D models using Rhino.
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.
On September 28th, KPF’s BIM Practice Manager led the session titled “Integrating Bluebeam Revu Into Your Design Process.”
On September 23rd, the KPF Principal lended both a local and national perspective to the discussion, which focused on bringing individuals and businesses back to the city’s Downtown.
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.