The below is an archive of CTBUH initiatives and activity. Organized reverse-chronologically, the archive includes conference and event reports; chapter, committee and other leader activity; research project updates; data study outputs; publication launches; award announcements; signboard ceremonies; and much more.
The final lecture of Lehigh University's Fazlur R. Khan Distinguished Lecture Series, featuring P. Benson Shing, Professor, Dept .of Structural Engineering, UC San Diego, on 15 April.
The CTBUH Toronto Future Leaders Committee joins professionals from BDP Quadrangle to discuss the future of office spaces in high rise buildings.
Ziyue Gao led a team consisting of Yiling Ji, Elizaveta Blokhina, Chao Tang and Yining Jiang for their project: “Designing Biodiverse High-Rise Façade Microbiomes for Healthy Urban Environments.”
Antony Wood, CEO of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, delivers the keynote presentation, 1 April 2021, at the International Mass Timber Conference (IMTC), taking place online.
Each year, the Council bestows two personal awards on individuals who have made a substantial impact on the tall building industry. In 2021, the Lynn S. Beedle Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to Moshe Safdie. The Fazlur R. Khan Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to Wuren Wang.
CTBUH is pleased to confirm the initial set of speakers, representing some of the more than 160 projects contending for overall category recognitions in the CTBUH Awards program, with more announcements on the way.
In this issue, kindly sponsored by Schindler, CTBUH delves into the future of robotic construction of tall buildings, including a debate on how many construction jobs worldwide will “go robotic.”
The CTBUH Florida Chapter held a webinar that reviewed a case study on the Bruneseau Seine tower in Paris and the current state of research in wood construction in Miami.
CTBUH presents the winning projects of the 10 Year Awards of Excellence in the 2021 Awards Program.
A video detailing the fun construction process of the “Pyra-gloo” (pyramidal igloo) constructed by CTBUH CEO Antony Wood and his family at their home in Oak Park, outside Chicago.
Members will now receive an email when the Digital Journal is available each quarter. All you need to do is log into your member account and click on “My Downloads."
CTBUH is pleased to highlight the winning projects of the Renovation & Interior Design Awards of Excellence in the 2021 Awards Program.
The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee held an informative virtual presentation on the Al Wasl Plaza on 18 February, 2021.
The CTBUH Philadelphia Chapter hosts a virtual seminar on the challenges of building tall in the San Francisco Bay Area.
One of the key words in CTBUH’s annual awards program is “Innovation.” What does Innovation in the fields of tall buildings and urban design look like in 2021? The winners of the 2021 Awards of Excellence provide a clear and diverse picture