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The KPF Principal moderated Thursday’s talk on how to return people to the office safely and better design spaces to account for the future of COVID-19.
KPFui’s tool Scout won the Data Design category, beating finalists from such entities as the New York Times, Salesforce, the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, Pentagram, and others, while Edge at 30 Hudson Yards received an honorable mention in the Spaces and Places category.
KPF Director Pamela Wackett recently gave a lecture to the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (The Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, based in Lima) as part of their conference series Hablemos de Arquitectura - 'Let's talk about architecture'.
KPF is pleased to announce that 46 people across the global practice have been promoted to leadership positions, naming seven new Directors, 16 Senior Associate Principals (SAP) and 26 Associate Principals (AP).
The two musicians rose above New York City, performing on the highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, in their new music video, “Pa Ti.”
On September 10, the KPF Architectural Designer gave a presentation on the Rhino and Grasshopper plugin he designed and developed, PedSim, in an event hosted by the Rhino creators, McNeel Europe.
Two KPF projects have been shortlisted in this year’s New London Awards. The Bermondsey Project, in Southwark, and Plumtree Court, in the City of London, demonstrate the breadth of KPF’s work in London, from state-of-the-art workplaces to complex master plans.
KPF joined the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation to create public space as part of the program to channel pro-bono resources from New York-based design firms into community-driven recovery strategies.
On Wednesday, September 23, the KPF Principal will present prior to the panel on clean construction.
Gwyneth Leech, a New York City-based artist, created a virtual exhibition that tracks the progress of the KPF-designed supertall in Midtown.
On Tuesday, September 22, the KPF Principal took part in a conversation with fellow Rhode Island School of Design alumni, moderated by Deborah Berke.
Designed by KPF and developed by Skanska, the office tower is set apart from its peers with a dynamic, angular form that maximizes views and interior flexibility.