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Hosted by the Mutuelle des Architectes MAF, the CTBUH French Chapter is pleased to invite you to an in-person and virtual discussion on comparative insurance practices relating to timberdesign and construction.
The CTBUH 2022 International Conference theme this year is "Tall Excellence: Seeking the Ideal in Vertical Urbanism," integrating the 2022 CTBUH Awards Program, and the establishment of a global accreditation and certification program.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for our first ‘live’ building tour of the 2022/2023 programme. Main Contractor, Lendlease will lead the tour of 8 Bishopsgate which will include a brief presentation on the scheme and opportunity to see inside the scheme in its final few months of construction.
The CTBUH California Committee is proud to lead a walking tour of Downtown Los Angeles as part of this year’s Global Walking Tour. The theme of Height and Heritage will focus on the integration of new tall buildings into the existing urban fabric. This tour will look at important historic sites alongside newly completed towers, proposed towers, and larger masterplans.
The Global Walking Tours have been held since 2014 to celebrate urban habitat aspects that make cities great. This year's theme is Height and Heritage, visiting tall buildings incorporating or within heritage contexts.
Join CTBUH for the 2022 Cape Town Global Walking Tour, starting at Prestwich Memorial. Along the route, each site will have a guest speaker that informs the group of the historical significance of the site and how this site affects and shapes the overall development of the city, or hinders it.
Join the Ottawa leg of the 2022 CTBUH Height and Heritage Global Walking Tour and explore a number of completed and proposed high-rise buildings in Ottawa's historic downtown.
The UK chapter of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats hosted a round table event to gain insights into the use of EPDs within the built environment. The event was an open discussion between various disciplines, including developers, designers, suppliers, and contractors who share common goals. Namely: to identify the obstacles we face., identify our successes, and outline future steps to make EDPs more widely used.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders for the first building tour of the 2022/2023 programme. The tour of the Leadenhall Building is hosted and led by the project architects at RSHP.
Please join us for Manchester, England’s first CTBUH annual walk, beginning with a presentation by architectural commentator, Phil Griffin. The walk will offer incredible insight into Manchester’s unique heritage as we visit several buildings of significant interest along the route.
Join CTBUH for the 2022 Taipei Global Walking Tour, examining the theme of "Height and Heritage." The tour will begin on Dihua Street, a traditional street next to the Dadaocheng Wharf with many Japanese Colonial era shops and arcades.
Join the 2022 New York walk, exploring the global theme of “Height & Heritage” with a tour of lower Broadway, starting from Woolworth Building to One Madison.
Join Dominic Bettison, Director at Wilkinson Eyre Architects for London's Height and Heritage Walking Tour. The tour will look at how heritage issues have helped shape London’s unique skyline and high-rise architecture.
Please join us on the 2022 Sydney edition of the annual walk starting this year at Quay Quarter Tower meeting on the corner of Customs House Lane and Young Street. Please bring comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for changeable weather. The tour kicks off at 2pm sharp.
Join the Auckland 2022 CTBUH Walking Tour "Height & Heritage" hosted by Architectus.