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CTBUH in the Media

This section tracks interviews and articles conducted by the Council as well as significant use of, or reference to, CTBUH-generated tall building facts in the international media.

In 2015 we launched an enhanced version of the In the Media section and are in the process of moving historical articles over to this system. For now you may browse older articles by visiting the Pre-2015 Archive.

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Media Round-Up: CTBUH 2017 Conference Garners International Press

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09 Nov 2017, World Media

The CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, which saw delegates from across the globe convene to discuss all aspects of tall buildings and sustainable urban development, has successfully concluded. Read more.


Reporting on the CTBUH 2017 Conference, The Fifth Estate Explores Liveability Solutions

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08 Nov 2017, The Fifth Estate

Among the issues considered at the CTBUH 2017 Conference was how to deal with increasing urban density without destroying liveability. In this piece from The Fifth Estate, writer Laurie Patton explores this issue in depth. Read more.


CTBUH 2017 Conference Speaker Discusses Lack of Family Housing in Australia

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06 Nov 2017, Domain

In an article detailing how developers are ignoring the housing needs of Australian families, Sue Williams of Domain quoted a CTBUH 2017 Conference presentation by David Pontarini, principal of Hariri Pontarini Architects. Read more.


CTBUH 2017 Conference Speaker Details the Challenges of High-Density Development

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05 Nov 2017, Herald Sun

In an article on the challenges Melbourne developers face when pushing for higher-density housing, the Herald Sun quotes a CTBUH 2017 Conference presentation by Jonathan Spear, the executive director of Infrastructure Victoria. Read more.


Architecture & Design Outlines Sydney Leg of CTBUH 2017 Conference

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02 Nov 2017, Architecture & Design

Architecture & Design covered the Sydney leg of the CTBUH 2017 Conference, reporting on events such as Kim Nielsen's presentation on Quay Quarter Tower and Monica Barone's session on Sustainable Sydney 2030. Read more.


CTBUH 2017 Conference Speakers Tout Metros as Game-Changers for Australian Cities

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02 Nov 2017, The Fifth Estate

Multiple CTBUH 2017 Conference co-chairs spoke of the importance of connecting tall buildings with transportation systems in order to increase accessibility to jobs while maintaining environmental sustainability and urban livability. Read more.


Antony Wood Discusses Skyscraper Design at CTBUH 2017 Conference

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01 Nov 2017, Domain

During CTBUH's 2017 Conference, Executive Director Antony Wood discussed the homogenization of skyscrapers, and implored developers to take on more responsibility for their urban environment. Read more.


CTBUH 2017 Conference Speakers Discuss High-Density Housing in Sydney

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30 Oct 2017, Australian Financial Review

CTBUH 2017 Conference speaker Graham Jahn, City of Sydney's director of planning, development, and transport, spoke to attendees about the housing demands of Sydney, and how high-density housing may be the solution. Read more.


CTBUH 2017 Conference Speaker Talks Smart Cities with the Sydney Morning Herald

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27 Oct 2017, Sydney Morning Herald

Amid predictions of significant population growth in cities that are already under pressure, Philip Vivian, director of Bates Smart and CTBUH 2017 Conference speaker, makes the case for better coordination of infrastructure and development in Sydney. Read more.


Conference Co-Chair Highlights Local Issues in ABC Piece on Sydney Population Boom

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29 Sep 2017, ABC

Philip Vivian, director of Bates Smart and co-chair of the CTBUH 2017 Conference, highlighted the importance of infrastructure and planning in Sydney ahead of the international event in an ABC article on the city's booming population. Read more.