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In the outlet’s list of books that inspire “shelf love,” KPF’s recent publication was featured for its focus on craft across 14 projects around the world.
In an article published in the Future Travel Experience Newsletter, the KPF Principal unpacks what is lost in the current airport design model and how KPF is challenging this approach in recent terminals.
On September 15th, the KPF Principal introduced the notion of cultural and material sustainability, followed by a presentation by the Associate Principal at the International Kraft Conference.
The August issue of the magazine highlights KPF’s transformation of the Farley Building interiors for the technology company, with insight from Principal Hana Kassem about how the team found opportunities within the original structure.
Hugh Trumbull Discusses the “Seamless Integration” of 712 Fifth Avenue’s Lobby Renovation with Architizer
The KPF Principal recounted the process of returning to 712 Fifth Avenue to renovate the office lobby 30 years after the firm’s initial work on the building, engaging with the postmodern structure while elevating the space to suit today’s tenants.
The KPF-designed life science building has been granted planning approval, increasing the program diversity in the London business district.
In a round up of architects’ favorite projects in the city, the KPF Principal discussed his choices and their contributions to the skyline.
The KPF-designed Panorama St Paul’s development, a deep retrofit and expansion of an outdated 1980’s office building in the City of London, is featured in the ‘Circular London’ report, published by New London Architecture (NLA).
Located within the KPF-designed One Nine Elms development, the outlet explored the hospitality-inspired residences and their five-star amenities.
An inside look into Dead Reckoning Part One explains how the film took inspiration from its surroundings to inform its action sequences, with a special focus on the KPF-designed terminal.
The KPF-designed hotel is one of three projects featured in the Robb Report’s article exploring new luxury destinations in Thailand’s capital city.