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KPF ranked 5th in Archello’s list of the best architecture firms practicing in Singapore, noted for its contributions placing the country at the center of current architecture discourse.
One Vanderbilt, Sequis Tower, 30 Hudson Yards, and 390 Madison were all selected by this year’s jury.
KPF’s President shared insight into shifting preferences of owners and tenants as they return to offices, challenges in the industry, and new project types in the works.
On April 29th, in an event hosted by KPF’s New York office, the jury announced the three winners of the annual fellowship.
On May 5th, the KPF Principal joined industry experts at the CTBUH Seattle Chapter conference to discuss the current growth and outlook in the East Puget Sound Region.
The firm’s WeChat account was ranked 6th in Architecture China’s annual architectural design enterprise brand influence selection.
The KPF-designed building, developed by Portman Holdings, is located near Georgia Tech’s Technology Square innovation district and features 25 stories of hospitality-forward office design.
The blog The Design Story featured the KPF-designed office building in a roundup of the country’s growing portfolio of sustainable and futuristic architecture.
The KPF-designed residential tower features the highest outdoor infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere and is featured in the outlet’s roundup of new rooftop pools in New York City.
Cobus demonstrated how KPF is embedding digital twins in the design process to enable faster analysis through simulation and predictive modelling before construction.
On April 28th, the KPF Principal returned to her alma mater to discuss the firm’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its projects.
Students and lecturers from the new European Postgraduate Specialization Programme in Tall Building Design at the IUAV University of Venice were given a tour of two KPF projects and a talk on vertical urbanism.