The three-tower, mixed-use project is slated for completion in 2022 after breaking ground last fall.
KPF Principal Mustafa Chehabeddine recently took part in the Final Interview Panel at MIPM Proptech Europe, alongside Marie Schneegans, Co-founder at Workwell, and Reana Taherly, Head of Innovation at Grand Paris Aménagement, moderated by Frédéric Doazan the French animator and experimental filmmaker from COM L’OISEAU Agency.
The tower's design synthesizes the unique conditions that define the city-state’s physical and cultural context, creating a signature boutique retail and office structure that improves the public realm and distinguishes itself within the urban fabric.
KPF Associate Principal Rachael Samuel recently participated in a panel discussing the development, design and construction of student housing, in an event that looked at this emerging residential sector. The discussion covered trends in on-campus and off-campus development, how to create mixed-use developments that attract students as an exciting place to live and partnerships between universities and the private sector.
The KPF-led St Thomas Street East Design Framework in London Bridge has been ‘Commended’ in the New London Awards.
Two KPF-designed projects in Covent Garden, London, have been announced as finalists in the 2019 AJ Retrofit Awards, a programme which celebrates design, engineering and construction excellence that prolongs and improves the life of the built environment.
The Greater New York Construction User Council (GNYCUC) presented awards for Outstanding Individuals and Outstanding Projects at this year’s Chairman’s Reception.
The KPF President outlined the firm’s current approach to architecture, focusing on large-scale, urban mixed-use projects that positively impact the cities they inhabit and the lives of their users.
On June 14th, the New York Building Congress hosted ASCEND 2019, NYC’s Building Innovation Conference to explore ways to improve construction methods in today’s environment. The KPF Principal and Director contributed their insight on the topic, focusing on innovative building methodologies employed at Hudson Yards.
KPF Director Paul Simovic presented at the recent CTBUH conference in Belgrade. The event assembled leading architects, urban planners and developers to address Serbia’s emergence in the real estate market and look at lessons learned from the past as well as the potential of tall buildings in the future.