The exhibit titled Climate Ready by 2060: Enabling a more sustainable future through computation and innovative design, opened September 23rd and showcases the firm’s duty to design lasting architectural solutions.
On October 20th, the Skyscraper Museum will host its Making New York History Awards at the KPF-designed tower, with special guest Mary Ann Tighe, CEO of CBRE New York Tri-State Region
Bernard Chang, Florence Chan, Martin Tang, and Yunxiang Peng presented their speculative project titled “Porosity 4 Prosperity” at the exhibition’s Hong Kong Collateral Event, held virtually for the first time in its 17 year history.
The immersive observatory experience is located at the top of KPF-designed One Vanderbilt and offers visitors a range of thrills high above Midtown Manhattan, including the neighborhood’s highest viewing point.
On November 2nd, the KPF Director and Head of KPFui will moderate three panels on technological innovation as part of the conference, themed “Digital Drivers for Future Practices.”
On October 19th, the KPF President discussed the past and future of international cities with the New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation.
On October 23rd, the KPF Director will guide viewers through the design of the hotel tower and share how it fits into the larger KPF-designed waterfront development.
Founder of Equity Co:LAB, Kavitha Mathew, Joins KPF in New Leadership Position as Global Diversity Officer
With a two-decade career in architecture and advocacy, Mathew will lead and expand KPF’s ongoing diversity and inclusion efforts, guide its corporate social responsibility initiatives, and play a key role in project-specific community engagement.
The KPF-designed office is part of a growing trend in London for state-of-the-art buildings with low- or zero-carbon emissions.
The KPF-produced film follows the redesigning process of the NYCHA neighborhood alongside collaborating partners and is available on-demand as part of OHNY’s Weekend design festival
The KPF-designed office tower is a central point of the article, which discusses the challenges the pandemic has presented for commercial office buildings, and highlights the details and amenities that have allowed One Vanderbilt to flourish.
KPF Director of Applied Research, Cobus Bothma and IT Operations Manager Jayson Thaker will present at NVIDIA GTC on November 9.
The KPF founding partner spoke with Trent Bell on his new book, Gesture and Response, and the design process behind some of KPF’s most iconic towers in the Architecture, Design, & Photography podcast.