52 Lime Street, colloquially known as ‘The Scalpel’, has been shortlisted in the Commercial Property Project of the Year category. A striking 190-metre office tower in the historic heart of the City of London, it was designed for W.R. Berkley as the location of their UK headquarters and to let to tenants.
Platform 16, 55 Hudson Yards, Rosewood Bangkok, China Resources Tower, and CITIC Tower were among this year’s recipients.
The Floral Court Collection, part of the mixed-use Floral Court development for Capital & Counties (Capco), has been shortlisted in two categories: Apartment Development of the Year; and Best Interior Design Development.
The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design has selected the KPF Co-Founder and Chairman as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious award, established in 2017 to honor an architect who has changed the course of design history.
The KPF-led St Thomas Street East Design Framework in London Bridge has been ‘Commended’ in the New London Awards.
Two KPF-designed projects in Covent Garden, London, have been announced as finalists in the 2019 AJ Retrofit Awards, a programme which celebrates design, engineering and construction excellence that prolongs and improves the life of the built environment.
The Greater New York Construction User Council (GNYCUC) presented awards for Outstanding Individuals and Outstanding Projects at this year’s Chairman’s Reception.
The development, scheduled to open this fall, was recognized in the Office/Retail/Mixed-Use category.
Abu Dhabi International Airport, CITIC Tower, and 52 Lime Street have been shortlisted in the 7th Annual A+ Popular Choice Awards, open for voting until Friday, July 5th.
The KPF Principal accepted the firm’s award and spoke about the future of technology and the importance of data analysis in the AEC and real estate industries.