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.
CTBUH has completed a major research project entitled "Skybridges: bringing the Horizontal into the Vertical Realm". The purpose of this research project is to succinctly capture the state-of-the-art in skybridge design.
Held at the 341-meter-tall Shenzhen Bay Tower 7, the conference, sponsored by Parkland, featured a myriad of presentations on optimizing wellness, comfort, and health in the built environment.
Owner/occupiers from around the world gathered for an open discussion on the state of global real estate markets, evolving tenant demands, and the effects of COVID-19 on portfolio management and building occupancy.
The CTBUH Chicago Chapter presents a virtual town panel discussion, where panelists will discuss inclusivity in design in the AEC industry.
This special issue features a glimpse of the CTBUH Research Project, “Skybridges: Bringing the Horizontal into the Vertical Realm,” a case study of Raffles City Chongqing, and more.
As the world rethinks what the future of construction looks like, a panel of global experts share approaches to construction automation, factorization, and modularization.
The CTBUH Seattle Chapter convened a panel discussion investigating how individuals and companies will grapple with returning to work as Washington State moves into later phases of reopening.
CTBUH presents a conversation about the design of tall building in Indonesia (note: Indonesian language program).
CTBUH announces the formation of an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) committee, which will facilitate the Council’s desire to foster a welcoming environment and promote a community of respect that honors the humanity of all.
The CTBUH New York Chapter examines Greenpoint Landing Block D, an in-progress residential complex on Brooklyn's East River waterfront. Panelists discussed how the construction process on the project, which broke ground in November of 2019, adapted during COVID-19.
What happens when we add vertical and three-dimensional travel to the speed of our urban experience? CTBUH Philadelphia conducts an in-depth look into the Uber Sky Tower.
This symposium gathered many successful practitioners sharing their experiences and discussing the recreation of the urban realm in the sky through connections between buildings at height.
The CTBUH Turkey Committee presents a discussion on the implications of COVID-19 on the design of construction projects.
The CTBUH UK Chapter hosts a discussion on how different industries have adapted and what they have learned during current challenging times
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