Each year, Kohn Pedersen Fox presents three $10,000 awards to students who are in their penultimate year at one of the twenty-seven design schools with whom KPF has chosen to partner. The goal of the award is to allow students to broaden their education through a summer of travel before their final year at school.
As finalists in the Best Futura Mega Project category (One Vanderbilt) and Best Office & Business Development category (CITIC Tower), the KPF-designed projects will go through a final round of judging at the awards ceremony in Cannes, France on March 14th.
Nishi-Nippon Railroad Company administered an international design competition featuring top firms from the United States, Europe and Japan.
On January 31st, the KPF Design Principal and firm President discussed the power of architectural design solutions and public/private collaboration when addressing urban infrastructure concerns.
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.
KPF’s ongoing work in London’s historic Covent Garden has been recognised by the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, with Floral Court named as a winner in the 2019 AIANY Design Awards.
Located in the Houhai District, the China Resources Headquarters is the third tallest building in the city.
The KPF-designed tower in Boston’s Seaport District handily won the competition with 48% of the vote in a poll of Curbed Boston readers.
The 340-meter building will be the tallest building in Tel Aviv upon its completion.
In November, the KPF Associate Principal participated on a panel concerning façade process management, lending his project management and design experience in New York and abroad.