The KPF Design Principal recently participated on the panel “Value-Add Investment in New Jersey” at the commercial real estate conference in Jersey City, NJ.
KPF Design Principal Mustafa Chehabeddine presented a talk on the Abu Dhabi Midfield Air Terminal at the Zak World of Facades conference on March 19th.
Located above City Point, the Downtown Brooklyn skyscraper reaches 720 feet.
KPF design leaders attended the three-day conference in Shenzhen, China, presenting five projects that received Awards of Excellence in the 2019 CTBUH Tall Building Awards, including the Ping An Finance Centre, which received Gold.
On March 20, the organization hosted its annual Bay Area Architecture & Design Lunch & Learn, a half-day event discussing interior and exterior evolutions, designing cities of the future, CRE tech, and more. The KPF Principal contributed his perspective on “The Future of the City.”
A team of KPF airport experts attended this year’s Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) held at ExCel London in March, attending lectures and events in addition to welcoming visitors to their stand.
KPF Principal James Brogan and Digital Practice Head Nick Desbiens led the workshop “FutureNOW: Re-imagining Practice Through Data Disruption” at the Center for Architecture alongside architects, industry leaders, and emerging professionals.
Zhejiang University hosted the exhibit the entire month of March at its School of Architecture.
KPF Director Elie Gamburg recently discussed modern urban growth within Asian cities at the 2019 Asia Business Conference at Harvard Business School. Gamburg, along with fellow panelists Andres Sevtsuk of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Ellen Lou of Skidmore Owings & Merrill, discussed the new agency afforded to architects and urban planners as Asian cities experience rapid growth.
KPF Principal James Brogan and Applied Research Director Cobus Bothma presented at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in Silicon Valley on March 19. In ‘Designing Buildings in Real Time, from Anywhere’ James and Cobus talked about the potential for technology to transform the way that architects design buildings around the world and how this technology is already being utilized by KPF.