The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California, has received an 2017 American Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
KPF has announced three recipients of the 2017 Paul Katz/KPF Scholars Fellowships, hailing from architecture programs on the East Coast.
The KPF-designed School of Transnational Law for Peking University (PKU) opened on March 20th, 2017, with Managing Principal Jill Lerner and Director Elie Gamburg attending the ceremony in Shenzhen, China.
New Songdo City has been named an Urban Design finalist for Fast Company’s 2017 World Changing Ideas Awards.
KPF is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Shumaker has joined the firm as Director of Urban Planning and Design. Previously stationed as Chief Urban Designer for the New York City Department of City Planning (DCP), Mr. Shumaker will add a new dimension of leadership to KPF’s urban planning and design portfolio.
The American Institute of Architects New York Chapter has recognized NYCHA Red Hook Houses among its 2017 AIANY Design Awards Winners. The future project received Merit distinction in the Urban Design category.
KPF principals Charles Ippolito and Shawn Duffy are taking part in this year’s Legal and General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM Charity Ride. Covering a gruelling 1,500km in six days, they leave London on March 9th and are due to arrive in Cannes to mark the opening of the annual real estate fair on the 14th.
Last week, on February 23rd, the AIANY Global Dialogues Committee hosted a panel discussion titled Displacements_People, the first in a series that will focus on displacement in conversation with architecture and design. Each event, hosted at the Center for Architecture, will also have a theme that informs the larger conversation, vwith future themes including ideas, water, territory, capital, and gender.
Ping An Finance Centre in Shenzhen and Hysan Place in Hong Kong have been chosen for PMQ’s 10 x 100 exhibition, which began in Hong Kong late February and continues through early March.