The KPF President and Design Principal spoke about the benefits and challenges of the PPP model as related to select KPF work.
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.
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.
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.
The Senior Associate Principal spoke to students about One Vanderbilt’s commitment to creating a healthy, high-performance workspace.
KPF Director of Applied Research Cobus Bothma presented at Total Chaos in Sofia, a computer graphics conference organised by Chaos Group to celebrate the fusion of Art and Technology.
The KPF President recently shared his perspective as the Design Principal of both the Seaport Square Innovation District’s master plan and the EchelonSeaport project, which is currently under construction in the area.
China Resources Tower’s dynamic lobby space offered the perfect venue for a show focusing on craft.
The KPF Design Principal recently participated on the panel “Value-Add Investment in New Jersey” at the commercial real estate conference in Jersey City, NJ.