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Join the CTBUH NYC Chapter for the project presentation "Humanizing the Highrise: How Radical Reuse Will Transform Tower Design into an Environmental and Human Centric Endeavour" with drinks and light bites provided.
Join CTBUH Sydney for their 2023 Walking Tour. Spaces are limited - register today to experience the balance of density, open space, and heritage which underpins the importance of balance in the development of our cities.
Chicago's 2023 Global Walking Tour will focus on the South Branch of the Chicago River. The understanding and perception of the River Front has changed significantly over the years, which will become evident as we walk from south to north, from old to new, from past to present. The variety of approaches to urban space and its relationship to the buildings it serves will be highlighted throughout the walk.
Exploring the humanistic aspects of density, this walk will offer a fascinating journey through various architectural styles and historical periods, showcasing the diverse and dynamic nature of New York City's built environment.
The CTBUH French Chapter in partnership with ABB and OTIS is pleased to welcome you for a presentation followed by a visit to the La Félicité real estate development.
ULI Ottawa and CTBUH invite you to participate in another exciting CTBUH-ULI global walking tour.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat UK chapter have been investigating the prominent topic of Regenerative Design. Through this, we hosted an event on 22nd February 2023, where we asked the question: Regenerative Design, is it possible?
CTBUH UK invite you on a tour of Warwick Court, a sustainable reimagining of a landmark development.
The Chicago Chapter of CTBUH is excited to announce the return of their Annual Tall Building Team Trivia Night. Questions will test participants' general knowledge in ways that integrate a Council twist. A four person team registration includes 2 drink tickets per team member, 2 appetizers per team, and the top 3 teams will win a cash prize!
The CTBUH Philadelphia Chapter is pleased to present a presentation and discussion around Urban Habitat featuring the award-winning project Mazur Hall at Temple University.
CTBUH announced a pivotal transition in its leadership: Board Chairman Steve Watts will be succeeded by Shonn Mills, a board member since 2020. The changeover will be formalized at the board of trustees meeting at the CTBUH 2023 International Conference, October 16–21, in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Led by the Urban Habitat Assembly, urban enthusiasts from around the world have been taking part in the annual CTBUH Global Walking Tour since 2014. In this 10th anniversary walk, we will be interested in exploring the human scale in relation to tall buildings and highlighting projects that pay special attention to this scale. Tours start in Auckland on 21 September and make their way westward.
Join the CTBUH NYC Chapter for an exclusive panel discussion diving deep into the architectural innovation and engineering prowess behind 270 Park Avenue. As a highlight of the event, attendees will have the unique opportunity to embark on a guided tour of the 270 Park Avenue construction site. Limited slots available!
Please join the CTBUH UK FLC for part one of the Sustainability Explained series, a tour of LSE’s Centre Building, which won the BREEAM Public Projects (Post Construction) Award in 2020 for its outstanding sustainable design.
Join us in picturing a future of cities cast in wood. Our panel of international architects and researchers will unveil transformative development plans, skyscrapers, and cutting-edge innovations harnessing mass timber for sustainable growth. This event is part of the Talking Timber lecture series, organized in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Center’s mass timber exhibition, Reframed: The Future of Cities in Wood.