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.
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
CTBUH has worked with the International Property Measurement Standards Coalition to come to an agreement on global standards for measuring floor area in buildings.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat mourns the loss of Leslie Earl Robertson, the CTBUH Chairman from 1985 to 1990, who died early Thursday, 11 February 2021.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recognizes the extraordinary engineering and construction achievements of this year's tall building projects.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has completed a major research project entitled Robotics in Tall Building Construction, with funding kindly provided by Schindler. This research delves into the future of this promising field, identifying the incentives for, and obstacles to adoption by the construction industry.
Stephen Morales, Tom Bassett-Dilley, and Antony Wood discuss the current state of building development in Oak Park in a virtual webinar.
CTBUH is pleased to announce the Urban Habitat Award of Excellence winners! This award acknowledges that the impact of a tall building is far wider than just the building itself, and recognizes significant contributions to the urban realm in connection with tall buildings.
CTBUH China holds a New Year Talk focusing on the theme "future city."