On Thursday, April 2, the Urban Design Forum will host its inaugural broadcast on global urban responses to coronavirus, inviting Jamie von Klemperer, KPF President, and Bernard Chang and Rebecca Cheng, Principals in KPF’s Hong Kong and Shanghai offices, to drive the conversation.
The KPF Environmental Design Director shared tools and case studies alongside consulting colleagues at the Center for Architecture in New York.
Stefan Al, KPF Senior Associate Principal and Mobility Specialist, participated in conversations at the New York Build Expo in Manhattan and the SpArc Summit in Ashville, North Carolina.
KPF invited technology partners and in-house specialists to its New York and London offices to showcase capabilities and opportunities for innovation through a day of discussions, presentations, and hands-on demonstrations.
The head of KPF’s Digital Practice joined the conference’s “Smart Buildings” panel to share KPF’s industry-leading technology practices.
On January 30th, the Senior Associate Principal presented at the event “Tales from New York: Experimental Ceramics for Architecture” at the Building Centre in London.
The firm’s installation is titled “The Autonomous Street: A Day in the Life of Future Shenzhen” and will formally open on December 21st within the city's Futian underground high-speed railway station.
Commissioned by the university, the KPF-designed campus broke ground in Fall 2019 and, upon its completion, will
offer a world class, state of the art research campus within the Greater Bay Area region.
KPF’s London office has embraced a new medium this year, turning its focus from the skyline to the sugarscape to participate in this year’s Gingerbread City. The annual exhibition invites the public to connect with architecture and urban design as well as raising money to support the Museum of Architecture.