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 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."
CTBUH is pleased to announce the 2021 Best Tall Building Award of Excellence Winners.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat releases its annual report, CTBUH Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2020, part of the Tall Buildings in Numbers data analysis series.
CTBUH Chairman Steve Watts, Partner, alinea Consulting, reflects on the events of 2020, the achievements of the Council, and plans for 2021.
As part of the Timber Rising project, which investigates the role tall timber will play in our quest for a future, lower-carbon built environment, CTBUH has produced a series of outputs in conjunction with the USDA Forest Service, all of which provide key information on mass timber innovations to stakeholders in the tall building industry.
The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee held a virtual presentation on Wolf Point East, the second tower in a series of three, situated on the historic Wolf Point site in Chicago.
This competition, kindly sponsored by Sun Hung Kai Properties, challenges talented students, working in groups under the guidance of a professor, to focus on a relevant research question and create an engaging output as a response.
Frontiers of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: World Development and Case Studies (Volume 1), created by CTBUH and published by China Architecture & Building Press, is a useful tool for professional readers working in the urban and architectural fields in China.
CTBUH held a one-day Symposium called First Skyscrapers | Skyscraper Firsts, centered around the question, “what was the first skyscraper?” Now, that illuminating discussion on fundamental turning points in skyscraper history is a 248-page book, featuring 28 essays by the leading architectural and real-estate historians of our time, on the enigmatic buildings that define our skylines.
Live-streamed from Singapore, London, and Chicago, this event discusses how cities can be more responsive and anticipatory in the face of the rapidly changing environment.