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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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Tallest U.S. Skyscraper Dream Kept Alive by Irish Builder


30 Apr 2014, Bloomberg

Bloomberg interviews CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood for color commentary on developer Grant Kelleher's plans to revive the stalled Chicago Spire project. Wood emphasizes the importance that the development would have for Chicago. Read more.

CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood Interviewed on the Kingdom Tower


22 Apr 2014, BBC

BBC interviews CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood on the Kingdom Tower and the fascination with building higher. He discusses current trends in skyscraper construction, noting where ideas have evolved over time. Read more.

1,776 Feet: The Spire and the Bragging Rights


22 Apr 2014, Time

Time Collector's Edition discusses the height ruling for One World Trade Center in November 2013. One World Trade Center brings up an interesting debate in the skyscraper community: What constitutes the top of a tower? Read more.

Building the Dream


19 Apr 2014, The Economist

The Economist reports on the urban condition and construction climate in China, referencing CTBUH data for tall buildings in the United States and China. China's urban population is expected to grow to about 1 billion by 2030. Read more.

Survey Looks at Oak Parkers' Sustainability Habits


15 Apr 2014, Oak Leaves

Local Oak Park newspaper interviews CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood about the CTBUH Urban-Suburban study, which will help determine what factors contribute to sustainability in an urban/suburban context. Read more.