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Four leaders from the firm’s New York office spoke on panels at the annual conference, discussing themes related to local architecture, sustainability, and wellness.
At the Future Architects of the Middle East (FAME) symposium on February 10, the KPF Principal discussed her career as an architect and the driving influences in her work.
The KPF Director and Environmental Performance Analyst discussed the importance of circular design at “Cutting Down Carbon,” a roundtable discussion hosted by UDF on February 7.
As part of the outlet’s Continuing Education series, the KPF Principal explained the firm’s approach to recladding the 39-story office building in Midtown Manhattan.
In the publicly decided award program, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Guangzhou was a finalist in the Educational Architecture category, while Atlantis The Royal was nominated in the Hospitality category.
The KPF-designed resort was honored with the Best Hotel Over 200 Rooms Global award, as well as the Best Lobby/Public Areas Global award, with the submissions led by the interior designer G.A Group.
The KPF Principal was interviewed for a feature unpacking the rise of life science projects, highlighting the opportunities and challenges in this sector.
KPF President and Design Principal James von Klemperer spoke with the outlet about the supertall, mixed-use tower currently under construction in Midtown Manhattan.
Earning a Merit Award in the Projects Under Construction/Design Residential category, the KPF-designed development was recognized for its outstanding contributions towards a sustainable built environment.
Kohn Pedersen Fox is pleased to announce the promotion of Claudia Cusumano, Rebecca Gromet, and Jorge Mendoza to Principal, in recognition of their leadership and design contributions to the firm.