The KPF President and Design Principal spoke about the benefits and challenges of the PPP model as related to select KPF work.
The firm has named eight new Directors across three of its global offices and elevated an additional 14 staff members to Senior Associate Principal (SAP) and 38 to Associate Principal (AP).
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.
The Senior Associate Principal spoke to students about One Vanderbilt’s commitment to creating a healthy, high-performance workspace.
KPF Director of Applied Research Cobus Bothma presented at Total Chaos in Sofia, a computer graphics conference organised by Chaos Group to celebrate the fusion of Art and Technology.
Clifford A. Pearson brings unique expertise from Architectural Record, USC, and positions abroad.
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.”
Journalist Faran Krentcil highlights the work of Marianne Kwok and six other women that led to the development’s completion.
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.