Beyond Mobility, coauthored by Al, Robert Cervero and Erick Guerra, recently won the 2019 National Urban Design Book Award. We sat down with Stefan for a brief conversation about the book and his work at KPF.
Located in the city’s prime central business district, the new hotel embraces a striking, contemporary architectural design and elevates the global brand’s presence in Bangkok.
Located in the heart of the Victoria Dockside art and design district, the new vertical private estate serves as a global icon for the international luxury hotel brand.
The event and ribbon-cutting ceremony signifies the substantial completion of 30 Hudson Yards, the opening of The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards, and the opening of the development’s public spaces.
Michael J. Lewis, architectural critic for The Wall Street Journal, highlights the building’s observation deck, relationship with 10 Hudson Yards, contextual gestures, and lobby materiality in his piece.
Located in Shanghai’s central business district, SOHO Gubei is inspired by Brâncuși’s ‘Endless Column’
Building on the firm’s long history of design excellence and environmental performance, Cerezo Davila will help lead the planning and design practice into a new era of highly-informed, research-driven, comprehensive, and human-centric architecture.
The Israeli publication Calcalist published an exclusive interview with the KPF President and Design Principal, emphasizing the significance of the future tower on the skyline and KPF’s legacy in the region.
Nishi-Nippon Railroad Company administered an international design competition featuring top firms from the United States, Europe and Japan.
The news outlet included four KPF projects nearing completion – 30 Hudson Yards, Rosewood Bangkok, Mandarin Oriental Wanfujing Beijing, and Rosewood Hong Kong – in two editions, CNN Style and CNN Travel.