The KPF President and Design Principal spoke about the benefits and challenges of the PPP model as related to select KPF work.
Launched earlier this month, KPF Pride supports LGBTQ+ individuals at the firm and across the AEC industry.
The firm has named eight new Directors across three of its global offices and elevated an additional 14 staff members to Senior Associate Principal (SAP) and 38 to Associate Principal (AP).
KPF partnered with Connected Places Catapult (formerly Future Cities Catapult) to look at how emerging data-focussed technologies could deliver masterplans for the 21st Century city. The result of their collaboration is the design of a hypothetical digital tool, which they recently presented at a London Festival of Architecture event.
Three KPF projects have been shortlisted in this year’s New London Awards. The St Thomas Street East Design Framework in London Bridge, plus Floral Court and Carriage Hall in Covent Garden, provide a snapshot of the diversity of KPF’s work in London, from relatively small-scale conversions to forward-thinking masterplans.
The KPF Principal spoke at Architectural Record’s Record on the Road event and Bisnow’s State of the Market event, addressing Washington D.C.’s building development and the firm’s latest, local projects.
Jorge Mendoza, director at KPF, was a panelist at this year’s Expo Real Estate Mexico, speaking about the future and potential of open office spaces.
This event marked the inauguration of KPF+, a group dedicated to enabling women to achieve their full potential at work and to advancing gender equity in leadership.
Located along Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, the 47-story condominium tower will serve as an iconic landmark for the Arts District and redefine luxurious, high-rise living in Philadelphia.
KPF’s Urban Interface team presented on Computational Urban Design at this year’s 10th annual Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design, hosted by Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture.