The KPF Principal spoke at Architectural Record’s Record on the Road event and Bisnow’s State of the Market event, addressing Washington D.C.’s building development and the firm’s latest, local projects.
Jorge Mendoza, director at KPF, was a panelist at this year’s Expo Real Estate Mexico, speaking about the future and potential of open office spaces.
This event marked the inauguration of KPF+, a group dedicated to enabling women to achieve their full potential at work and to advancing gender equity in leadership.
Located along Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, the 47-story condominium tower will serve as an iconic landmark for the Arts District and redefine luxurious, high-rise living in Philadelphia.
KPF’s Urban Interface team presented on Computational Urban Design at this year’s 10th annual Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design, hosted by Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture.
Selected from over 1,100 submissions, the firm’s projects earned “Golden” and “Excellent” awards for their contributions to Chinese cities and culture.
The NYBC honored the Senior Associate Principal for his leadership as co-chair of their Young Professionals Committee and his work on 10 and 30 Hudson Yards.
Driven by efficiency and sustainability, Jakarta’s Sequis Tower obtained the highest level of LEED certification, a milestone reached by only three other projects in Indonesia.
The Senior Associate Principal spoke to students about One Vanderbilt’s commitment to creating a healthy, high-performance workspace.
KPF’s work with Capital & Counties (Capco) in London’s historic Covent Garden district has won another accolade, with the Floral Court Collection named ‘Best London Home’ in the Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2019.