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New images released by YIMBY reveal the dramatic transformation of the KPF-renovated office building in Midtown Manhattan.
Progress continues on the KPF-renovation project in the Flatiron District, with New York YIMBY releasing new images of the construction.
Seven KPF experts participated in technical workshops, an all-night hackathon, and a closing symposium as part of the virtual conference, sharing insights about the firm’s global innovation teams and digital design workflows.
In the short video released on the Unreal Engine blog, KPF Architectural Designer Ayman Tawfeeq demonstrates the firm’s collaborative design processes utilizing the latest cloud visualization solutions.
The firm continues to work toward the goal of designing fully electric and carbon neutral buildings by the year 2030, evolving designs toward carbon neutrality, prioritizing transparency in project performance, and reporting progress annually.
The KPF-redesigned building earned a 2021 Excellence Award in the Renovation category from The Society for College and University Planning.
Anchoring the Thamrin Nine development, the new mixed-use building establishes an iconic presence on the city skyline while advancing the new district’s position as a dynamic center of commerce and cultural activity, welcoming visitors to its unique public areas – including rooftop observation decks – and providing a variety of spaces for living, working, and socializing.
Located in the new, Brookfield Properties mixed-use development, the 25-story tower will provide dynamic workspace for tenants and welcome the community into its public spaces, activating the revitalized neighborhood.
The firm’s Digital Practice team hosted over 60 events during the weeklong online festival of ideas, presented in partnership with leaders in the field of contemporary AEC design and technology.