Kennethpark Architects

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360 Lexington Avenue, 7th Floor
New York City, NY 10017-6560
About Kennethpark Architects
  • Kenneth Park Architects, with offices in New York City and Los Angeles, is an architectural, planning, and interior design firm that lends its expertise to the retail and mixed-use development arenas. KPA provides personal and specialized service that only a small firm can provide, while simultaneously supplying unprecedented breadth and depth of resources that are typically offered by a large organization. What makes KPA different is our design approach; we find solutions to our clients’ unique challenges that lie well within their budget and schedule constraints. At KPA, our motto is “Great Design Empowers People.” We encourage our clients to be a part of our design process so that the final output reflects our clients’ priorities. Coupled with streamline delivery and involvement in our design process, we provide our clients with optimal efficency to ensure their satisfaction and a design space that shapes the way we work and live.
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