Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is a global architecture practice dedicated to a core group of clients that represent the most forward-thinking companies and institutions around the world – visionaries that believe that value is not just return on investment but also in contributing to the built environment, shaping our communities, and enabling our progress.


Driven by individual design solutions – rather than a predetermined style – KPF’s mission is to create buildings and places of the utmost quality and contextual sensitivity, providing a valuable impact on the cities they inhabit. The firm’s extensive portfolio, which spans more than 35 countries, includes a wide range of projects from office, hotel and residential buildings to civic and cultural spaces to educational and laboratory facilities.


Representing Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates at this year’s Storefront drawing exhibition is Rutger Huiberts. His work was selected by an external jury from a pool of entries that participated in the KPF DesignCloud, a quarterly design charrette at KPF. Rutger joined KPF in 2013 as an architect in their London office and now works as a designer from their New York base.


Previously Rutger has worked at the Rotterdam offices of MVRDV. Rutger’s professional experience covers a variety of scales and contexts. Among these several large scale mixed-use projects, projects of Master planning and temporary/public installations. His writings have appeared in MONU magazine, Clog, Conditions, and On Site, among others. Rutger obtained his Masters degree in architecture with cum laude distinction at TU and also holds a BSc degree in Urban and Environmental planning from Università degli Studi di Firenze in Florence, Italy.