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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22 Dec 2017, Forbes
Forbes commented on and created an infographic from data compiled in CTBUH's 2017 Tall Buildings Year in Review. Read more.
20 Dec 2017, CityLab
City Labs delivered a comprehensive breakdown of CTBUH's widely publicized 2017 Tall Buildings Year in Review. Read more.
19 Dec 2017, The Economist
In an article on elevator speeds, The Economist cited CTBUH's research paper, Vertical Transport: Ascent & Acceleration. Read more.
19 Dec 2017, BBC
CTBUH Chairman Steve Watts spoke with the BBC on the state of tall buildings, and discussed the 2017 CTBUH Tall Buildings Year in Review data report. Read more.
18 Dec 2017, Curbed
Curbed provided an analysis of CTBUH's Study on Urban Sustainability, which compared life in Chicago high-rises with suburban homes in nearby Oak Park. Read more.
15 Dec 2017, CityLab
A City Lab article evaluated CTBUH's recent study on Urban Sustainability, focusing on how the research challenged long-held beliefs about the sustainability of urban and suburban lifestyles. Read more.
14 Dec 2017, Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest shared data collected in CTBUH's Tall Buildings 2017 Year in Review, which found 2017 to be a record year for tall-building construction. Read more.
13 Dec 2017, Newsweek
Newsweek reported on CTBUH's Tall Buildings 2017 Year in Review, which documented all 144 skyscrapers erected this year. Read more.
13 Dec 2017, CNBC
CNBC's Magdalena Petrova spoke with CTBUH Editor Daniel Safarik about the MULTI rope-less elevator, which can move both horizontally and vertically. Read more.
13 Dec 2017, Curbed
Curbed summarized the key findings from the CTBUH 2017 "Year in Review," which found that more buildings 200 meters tall or greater were finished in 2017 than any other year on record. Read more.