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.
Selected from over 1,100 submissions, the firm’s projects earned “Golden” and “Excellent” awards for their contributions to Chinese cities and culture.
Driven by efficiency and sustainability, Jakarta’s Sequis Tower obtained the highest level of LEED certification, a milestone reached by only three other projects in Indonesia.
KPF’s work with Capital & Counties (Capco) in London’s historic Covent Garden district has won another accolade, with the Floral Court Collection named ‘Best London Home’ in the Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2019.
The project earned "Honor" for Excellence in Planning a New Campus.
The Spectacle roof at MGM Cotai has been verified as the largest free-span gridshell glazed roof (self-supporting), making it the first architectural and structural GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Macau, China.
The three winners of the 2019 Kohn Pedersen Fox Traveling Fellowship were selected by jury on April 16 and announced during an evening event held at KPF’s New York office.
The Greater Toronto Chapter of NAIOP honored the project with a REX Green Award of the Year at a gala on April 9.
KPF design leaders attended the three-day conference in Shenzhen, China, presenting five projects that received Awards of Excellence in the 2019 CTBUH Tall Building Awards, including the Ping An Finance Centre, which received Gold.
The recently completed project received the Excellence in Architecture designation.