Starting with the most recent coverage, CTBUH News reports on the Council's initiatives and activities, including chapter, committee, and other leader activity; research project updates; data study outputs; publication launches; award announcements; signboard ceremonies; conference and event reports; and more.
On view through October 2023, "REFRAMED: The Future of Cities in Wood" tells the story of building with mass timber and features architectural models of mass timber projects from around the world, from public spaces to office buildings and adaptive reuse to new construction. REFRAMED is co-curated by the Chicago Architecture Center and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and presented by the Softwood Lumber Board.
In tandem with the launch of three regional hubs across our entire network, regional conferences representing CTBUH Americas, CTBUH Europe, and CTBUH Asia will kick off this spring and serve as the primary annual gathering of these groups.
We are pleased to share this year's Award of Excellence winners. Awardees will present in front of a jury at the international conference in Singapore to compete for best in category.
Join the CTBUH Canada Chapter for a networking breakfast and panel discussion on the currently under construction, Kingsley Square Condominium in Newmarket. This program is for designers, developers and contractors who build multi-storey residential buildings.
A summary reporting of the inaugural CTBUH 2023 Americas Conference, “Green(er) Capital: Investing in a Sustainable Urban Future” held in Seattle from 11-12 May.
The Council is launching three new assemblies in 2023: the Assembly of Smart Technologies, the Assembly of Tenants, and the Assembly of Visual Artists.
Winners were announced today for the 11th International Student Tall Building Design Competition, which focused on multi-storied buildings sited within the United States that maximize the use and expression of mass timber.
As the use of timber in buildings becomes more prevalent, the Melbourne Committee of CTBUH Australia is pleased to offer a site tour of 36 Wellington Street, Collingwood.
Join the CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee for a tour of the architectural office at Pappageorge Haymes along with a presentation of current projects. Space is limited and RSVPs are taken on a first come, first served basis.
Join us in person or online for the opening of the Chicago Architecture Center’s newest exhibition, "REFRAMED: The Future of Cities in Wood," presented by the Softwood Lumber Board and created in partnership with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Attendees will receive a video of the panel discussion after the event.
Opening today, the exhibition "REFRAMED: The Future of Cities in Wood" tells the story of building with mass timber and features architectural models of mass timber projects from around the world—from public spaces to office buildings and adaptive reuse to new construction. Join us in celebrating the growing enthusiasm for mass timber.
In the last week of our "Member Appreciation Month," we showcase one of CTBUH’s longest-standing members: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM).
This week, as part of the CTBUH "Member Appreciation Month," we're featuring one of Australia’s oldest architectural firms and one of our most enduring partners: Bates Smart, a member since 1981, with offices in Sydney and Melbourne.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for our building tour of 40 Leadenhall, a 900,000 square foot office building nearing completion. Limited availability - register now to avoid missing out.
As part of the CTBUH "Member Appreciation Month," this week we're showcasing one of our longest-standing members: the Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory (BLWTL) at Western University, in London, Ontario.