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Building Design + Construction released their list for the top architecture firms in the higher education sector, with KPF earning the 4th spot.
The project, for which KPF collaborated with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, was honored in the AIANYS Design Awards for its reimagined public spaces based on pandemic recovery strategies.
The Park Hyatt Suzhou won Gold in the Public Building category, One Shenzhen Bay and Qiantan Center won Silver, and HONY Center won the Merit award in the 7th annual celebration.
New images released by YIMBY reveal the dramatic transformation of the KPF-renovated office building in Midtown Manhattan.
55 Hudson Yards, 18 Robinson, Rosewood Bangkok, and Qiantan Center were included in this year’s winners, spanning four countries and a variety of programming.
The KPF-design office tower in Midtown won in the New Buildings category in this year’s Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards.
John Bushell was invited to contribute a viewpoint article to London Design Capital, a digital research paper published by New London Architecture (NLA), setting out how London can retain its status as a global design hub in the face of the dual challenges of Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic.
KPF Reveals Redesigned Lobby at 60 Wall Street, Expanding Portfolio of New York City Repositioning Projects
With a completely transformed public atrium, lobbies, and podium exterior, KPF’s design creates a Class-A tenant environment and breathes new life into the civic neighborhood of Wall Street.
Computational Designer Andrew Haas Directs AA New York Programme on Reconfiguring the Urban Environment
The program, which ran from August 6-14, featured presentations by fellow KPF employees, Luc Wilson and Brandon Pachuca.
The KPF-designed mixed-use residential project was a winner in the 2021 Agent’s Choice Awards by Boston Agent magazine, a program that honors the best in real estate within the city.
The KPF Principal shared her vision for a future when she and her colleagues are not defined as “female architects” but simply as architects, as part of the dialogue “The career choice of an ‘atypical’ architect.”
The KPF Design Director drew inspiration from Chengdu’s surrounding landscape and the Games’ spirit of gathering to inform the “Energy of Chengdu” bench design.