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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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CTBUH Names Best Tall Buildings of 2015

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29 Jun 2015, ArchDaily

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has shortlisted four buildings for the annual Best Tall Building Awards. Arch Daily covers the winners, which are chosen from four regional categories. Read more.


CTBUH China Office Director Contributes to Structure Magazine

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01 Jun 2015, Structure

Structure Magazine invites CTBUH China Office Director Daniel Safarik to contribute to their tall buildings issue. In his feature, Safarik discusses the latest trends in skyscraper construction, focusing on the 100 tallest buildings. Read more.


Asian Skyscraper Boom Framed by CTBUH China Office Director Daniel Safarik

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01 Jun 2015, In The Black Magazine

The Council contributes to an article by In The Black Magazine on the continuing skyscraper boom in Asia. China Office Director Daniel Safarik weighs in with his thoughts on the subject, while height data contextualizes the discussion. Read more.


CTBUH Scandinavia Holds Inaugural Event

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29 May 2015, Henning Larsen Architects

In collaboration with the CTBUH, Henning Larsen Architects hosted a symposium on how tall buildings in Scandinavia can be part of our urban habitat that doubled as the inaugural event for the CTBUH Scandinavia chapter. Read more.


CTBUH Korea Chairman Interviewed after Chapter Event

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27 May 2015, Korea Construction News

CTBUH Korea Chairman Kwang Ryang Chung is interviewed by Korea Construction News on the occasion of the Chapter's event on safety considerations in tall buildings, which is discussed along with other building trends in South Korea. Read more.


BBC Business Daily Interviews Antony Wood

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25 May 2015, BBC

BBC Business Daily interviews CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood on the continuing race to build the tallest towers in the world. Among topics discussed are the changing trends in skyscraper construction and their effects on the industry. Read more.


CTBUH Qatar Tours Doha Exhibition and Convention Center

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22 May 2015, Construction Sites

Construction Sites Magazine covers the tour of the new Doha Exhibition and Convention Center organized by CTBUH Qatar. Architects, engineers, contractors, and other industry professionals were among the team touring the site. Read more.


CTBUH Fellow Felino Palafox Jr. Discusses Lessons Learned from the CTBUH 2013 International Conference

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20 May 2015, Manila Times

CTBUH Fellow Felino Palafox Jr. writes an op-ed in the Manila Times regarding tall buildings and heritage preservation in which he cites a presentation by Sir Terry Farrell from the CTBUH 2013 International Conference on Height and Heritage. Read more.


Article Discussing Future Second-Tallest Tower in Dubai Cites CTBUH Data

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19 May 2015, Emirates 24|7

CTBUH data on the number of buildings with 100 or more stories is used to contextualize an article by Emirates 24/7 on the competition to build the future second-tallest building in Dubai. Burj Khalifa remains the tallest building in the city. Read more.


Shanghai Tower Discussed Using the CTBUH 2014 Year in Review as Context

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18 May 2015, The Atlantic

The Atlantic uses the CTBUH 2014 Year in Review to contextualize its discussion on the recently topped out Shanghai Tower, which will be the second tallest building in the world upon completion later this year. Read more.