On Friday, November 1st, KPF design teams for One Vanderbilt and 10 & 30 Hudson Yards, along with representatives from Thornton Tomasetti, will present each project as part of the CTBUH’s 10th World Congress.
Speaking with Design Principal Trent Tesch and Senor Associate Principal Lane Rapson, writer Vicky Su highlights the complexities and challenges of the site, and emphasizes the resulting key design moments in the project, including its scale, detail, and material expression.
On October 30th, the business publication reported that Related Companies and Bedrock Detroit are teaming to build a $300 million University of Michigan graduate school campus, designed by KPF.
On October 30, the KPF Design Principal will participate on the panel, “Reimagining & Modernizing NYC's Aging Building Stock,” sharing case studies and learnings from the firm’s repositioning projects across the city.
On September 12, the Director of West Coast Operations joined the “Making Downtown San Jose A Live, Work, Play Hub” panel as part of Bisnow’s Future of Downtown San Jose event.
This past September, Andrew Klare, Design Director, and Gregory Mell, Project Manager, traveled to Ann Arbor for the ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Design Principal’s presentation complemented the firm’s installation of KPF Making as it addressed architecture’s larger influence in our ever-changing, global landscape.
The proposed QNS transit line would provide New York with multiple improvements, including economic growth, new jobs, affordable housing, and revitalized neighborhoods.
The Los Angeles automotive museum honored the KPF co-founder with a party for the launch of his architectural memoir, The World By Design.
The Bienal Internacional de Arquitectura de Buenos Aires included a temporary installation of KPF’s traveling exhibit, which demonstrates the firm’s attention to craft, from the low-rise, residential neighborhood to the mixed-use, supertall tower.