The KPF Principal will participate in the panel “Design for Future Living” at the Cornell China Center’s inaugural forum in Beijing.
On Saturday, November 16th, the KPF Principal will share a keynote presentation celebrating the firm’s belief in the power of urban architecture, collaboration, and innovation.
The Design Principal’s presentation complemented the firm’s installation of KPF Making as it addressed architecture’s larger influence in our ever-changing, global landscape.
The proposed QNS transit line would provide New York with multiple improvements, including economic growth, new jobs, affordable housing, and revitalized neighborhoods.
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.
In a series of personal and professional tales, KPF Co-Founder and Chairman Gene Kohn explains how he helped build one of the most successful architecture firms in the world, offering inspiring lessons on business leadership and design innovation that can be applied to many fields.
Just weeks before the publication of The World By Design: The Story of a Global Architecture Firm, KPF’s co-founder and chairman talked about why he wrote the book, what he has learned about leadership, and how globalization has shaped architecture in recent decades.
At first glance, ice and glass don’t have much in common. They are more like opposites, as glass in its raw state is like scorching molten lava. But this icy design piece is formed by the marriage of both, sounding a song of ice and fire sung in Northern Bohemia. It was only once we understood the visual essence of ice, that we were able to capture it in glass.
The Greater New York Construction User Council (GNYCUC) presented awards for Outstanding Individuals and Outstanding Projects at this year’s Chairman’s Reception.
The KPF Director participated in the most recent Global Dialogues event, which focused on London projects and collaboration between New York and UK-based firms.