Stories about architecture, cities, people, and inspiration. Through words, images and video, learn more about the impact of KPF's work in the built environment.
On Tuesday, April 28, the KPF President will join the magazine’s webinar series Metropolis Forums to discuss what the current pandemic means for real estate.
On Thursday, April 23rd, Joel Peterson joined the AIA New York’s webinar to address human resources issues impacting the architecture industry.
The firm’s Environmental Performance team (KPFep) has submitted data for 120+ buildings, with over 110 million square feet of space designed with consideration for newly established standards for energy efficiency and carbon emissions reductions.
The recently completed repositioning project was recognized for reusing an existing structure, thereby preserving embodied carbon and reducing its potential environmental impact.
KPF Computational Designer Sarah Mokhtar and Data Analyst Aleksandra Sojka are presenting at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC).
Learn about KPF’s fabrication method for 3D-printed face shield frames, and download the files to contribute to the effort.
Brandon Pachuca, an Urban Data Analyst and Web Developer for KPF Urban Interface, recently evaluated projects initiated by the city’s middle and high schoolers using open data.
KPF’s Director of Applied Technology, Cobus Bothma, and VR/MR specialist Michael Koutsuobis presented at the RealTime Conference on Monday, April 6.
On Thursday, April 2, the Urban Design Forum hosted its inaugural broadcast on global urban responses to coronavirus, inviting Jamie von Klemperer, KPF President, and Bernard Chang and Rebecca Cheng, Principals in KPF’s Hong Kong and Shanghai offices, to drive the conversation.
KPF’s work for McCord Hall at the W. P. Carey School of Business has been named the Best of Class in Higher Education.
Spring City 66, SOHO Gubei, Victoria Dockside, the Ping An Finance Centre South Tower, and the China Resources Tower have been recognized in the prestigious awards program.
The highest outdoor observation deck in the western hemisphere, Edge cantilevers 80 feet from the 100th floor of the supertall tower to provide views in all directions, including below through a glass floor.