Floral Court, in London’s historic Covent Garden, is one of just eight projects to be recognized in these prestigious awards. The winners will be exhibited at the AIA Conference on Architecture in Los Angeles in May.
KPF celebrated the topping out of One Crown Place in London with client MTD Group, development manager CBRE and Mace, the principal contractor, at an event on January 16.
The winning projects will be recognized at an exhibition at the Center for Architecture opening on April 16 and a luncheon ceremony the following day.
Forth Bagley, Josh Chaiken, and Marianne Kwok shared their recommendations for hotels around the world in Phaidon’s recent publication.
The firm’s installation is titled “The Autonomous Street: A Day in the Life of Future Shenzhen” and will formally open on December 21st within the city's Futian underground high-speed railway station.
Commissioned by the university, the KPF-designed campus broke ground in Fall 2019 and, upon its completion, will
offer a world class, state of the art research campus within the Greater Bay Area region.
Mayor de Blasio and City Council Speaker Johnson announced the sixteen appointees ahead of the board’s first meeting in late December.
Recognized for Excellence in Office Development and Excellence in Mixed-Use Development, the projects transform a previously desolate and under-utilized site into a vibrant new neighborhood with cutting-edge, energy efficient office space.
KPF’s London office has embraced a new medium this year, turning its focus from the skyline to the sugarscape to participate in this year’s Gingerbread City. The annual exhibition invites the public to connect with architecture and urban design as well as raising money to support the Museum of Architecture.