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The firm’s Hong Kong office renewed the tradition of hosting a sharing session for students from the Architectural Explorer Program by The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The KPF Principal will provide guidance and career counseling in a one-on-one mentorship program, guiding the next generation of architects in New York.
The KPF-designed building in Hudson Yards was honored in the Operating Office Building of the Year (Over 1 Million SF) category in this year’s awards.
On July 13th, the KPF Principal presented NYU Shanghai, a KPF project that serves as a gateway for Chinese students to the world and international students to China.
On July 23rd, the Center for Architecture will tour historic and contemporary structures in SoHo, including the KPF-designed residential building.
On June 18, International Land-Sea Center, the anchor of the three-building Chongqing 100 complex in Southwest China celebrated the milestone with a light show.
June’s celebrations, led by KPF Pride, included a design competition and fundraising efforts, attending programs by Build Out Alliance, and social and educational events across the firm’s offices.
Commerz Real, the real estate branch of Commerzbank Group, bought the office building in a deal valued at $265 million, as reported by Commercial Observer in a recent article.
The firm’s in-house research and design specialists contributed to the book a chapter focused on the evolution and use of artificial intelligence and data-driven approaches in urban planning and design.
On June 28th, the KPF Senior Associate Principal and co-chair of the AIANY Global Dialogues Committee led a discussion as part of a symposium on Architecture in India.
On June 28th, the KPF Principal highlighted the firm’s portfolio of green-infused buildings at the 10th annual conference held in Singapore.