With the firm’s extensive supertall portfolio in the region, the KPF President spoke with Nate Berg on the urban, economic, and aesthetic reasoning and impacts of the new restrictions.
The KPF Design Director drew inspiration from Chengdu’s surrounding landscape and the Games’ spirit of gathering to inform the “Energy of Chengdu” bench design.
The KPF-mixed-use development earned a spotlight in the magazine’s issue on international design firms in China.
The firm earned the 13th spot in the publication’s 2021 list, improving on its position as 17th in 2020.
KPF experts participated in a Second Year project review for the Masters in Bio-Integrated Design (Bio-ID) at the Barlett School of Architecture at UCL.
The winners of this year’s award created in honor of late KPF Principal Paul Katz are Genevieve Mateyko of Colombia University, Kofi Akakpo of Harvard University, Cynthia Deng of Harvard University, and Araceli Lopez of Yale University.
Progress continues on the KPF-renovation project in the Flatiron District, with New York YIMBY releasing new images of the construction.
In the episode, “Lessons in Leadership with Lauren Schmidt”, the KPF Principal outlines experiences that have helped guide her and gives advice to those emerging in the field.
In an article published by Architectural Record, the KPF President noted that clients are now prioritizing amenities and access to outdoor space to improve the health of employees.
Jorge Mendoza Speaks at "Rise of the Boston Seaport" Event Focused on KPF-planned Innovation District
On July 15th, the KPF Director will speak in the Bisnow panel titled “Reimagining the Seaport’s Post-Pandemic Live and Play Hubs.”
With the release of his new book, Gesture and Response, Bill highlights the firm’s influence on city skylines and the new generation of designers.