Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Cyclone-Glazing and Façade Resilience Exhibited at the CTBUH Research Booth
October 30 – November 1, 2017

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SYDNEY – During the CTBUH 2017 Conference held in Sydney from October 30 to November 1 2017, the CTBUH research booth presented interested delegates with the activities undertaken by the Research Division based at the Iuav University of Venice.

The representatives of the research team discussed the research that has been completed and what was still ongoing, among which includes the ‘Cyclone-Glazing and Façade Resilience for the Asia-Pacific Region’ project. The research teams presence at the conference also facilitated discussion with experts interested in the research activities.

The research was presented by Angela Mejorin, CTBUH Research Assistant, and Dario Trabucco, CTBUH Research Manager, through a short video, which highlights the focus of the research and summarizes the questions that the research project aims to answer.

The draft copy of the research project final report
Furthermore, the conference participants had the chance to have a preview on the final findings of the research activities. The conference attendees had the chance to browse the draft copy of the final report of the research project, entitled ‘Cyclone-Glazing and Façade Resilience for the Asia-Pacific Region’.

A cyclone-resistant curtain wall specimen leaned against the research booth, in order to illustrate the main differences between conventional curtain wall solutions and a suitably s.

Angela Mejorin and Will Miranda of CTBUH speak toTrosifol consultant, Phillip Davies, at the CTBUH Research Booth.