KPF

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KPFKohn Pedersen Fox (architecture firm)
KPFKerio Personal Firewall (Kerio Technologies Inc.)
KPFKde Public Fileserver
KPFKerio Personal Firewall
KPFKingston Police Force (Canada)
KPFKroger Personal Finance (est. 2004)
KPFKommunistische Partei Frankreichs (German: French Communist Party)
KPFKumamoto Programming Freaks (Japan)
KPFKermadec Property Fund Limited (New Zealand)
KPFKenya Police Force
KPFKnox Parks Foundation (Hartford, CT)
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30 Hudson Yards was developed by Related and Oxford Properties and designed by Kohn Pederson Fox. Rising over 100 stories, it is also home to Wells Fargo, Norweigan financial services company DNB and KKR.
Ssangyong Besix JV was appointed as the main contractor for the project in Q1 2016 with Kohn Pederson Fox Consultants, WSP and DEC PMC, Faithful & Gould as part of the design team.
The key architects are Kohn Pederson Fox Consultants: WSP and DEC PMC: Faithful & Gould, while the main project contractor is Ssangyong Besix JV.
Architect William Pedersen of Kohn Pederson Fox manned his own ICFF booth to introduce Loop de Loop, a seating collection of carbon steel and polyester mesh that he named for the performance tricks of small aircraft.
Other major architectural practices it has worked with include UN Studio, Kohn Pederson Fox, Foster and Partners, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Maki and Associates.
The MTC was developed by ADAC Planning & Development, while design and engineering were undertaken by an international team comprising Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, Arup, NACO and BNP Associates.
Berkley, which has bought the land, has appointed architect Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) to design the building.
The projects can have long-term benefits for investors, according to Eugene Kohn, chairman of architecture firm Kohn Pederson Fox. "All these projects are taking existing structures and enhancing them, allowing the owners to get [a] much greater return on them," Kohn said.
According to Xinhua news agency, the Shanghai tower was design by architectural firm Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, which was founded in New York and has offices worldwide.
The sculptural $200 million project designed by the legendary firm Kohn Pederson Fox Architects is expected to re-define Miami's skyline.