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 Chicago Chapter held for a panel discussion focused on the latest Chicago Building Code Modernization as it relates to high-rise building design.
The CTBUH Scandinavia Future Leaders Committee presents an engaging presentation on the newest, state-of-the-art tall timber buildings, and the innovations that have made them possible.
This issue features the 2019 Year in Review, showing how 2019 was another record year for supertall buildings. Check out the Tall Building 2020 Predictions, a case study on Tianjin CTF Finance Centre, and more.
The CTBUH New York Chapter kicks off 2020 with the first event of the year.
CTBUH Canada in Vancouver presents renowned local architect James Cheng, as he reviews the city's tall building history and provides his thoughts on the future of area high-rise design.
The CTBUH Scandinavia and UK Chapters join for a special event, featuring both local and international speakers including CTBUH Chairman Steve Watts.
Join the CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee for a tour of Gensler's downtown Chicago office space! The afternoon event will feature a short presentation on Gensler's current work.
The combined brains of the CTBUH editorial and database staff boldly predict what might happen across the global skyscraper industry in 2020.
This event explores how wind tunnel experiments are carried out in practice on a wind tunnel tour at Svend Ole Hansen ApS.
In 2019, the world saw the completion of 26 supertall (300-meters-or-taller) buildings, smashing previous records and signaling continued pace in this height threshold. Dive into the report and explore a year in tall buildings unlike any other!
Discover how wind tunnel experiments are carried out in practice on a wind tunnel tour at Svend Ole Hansen ApS, and come have a look at some of the tested wind tunnel models.
CTBUH Moment in History #10 covers the conclusion of the CTBUH 10th Word Congress core, where over 445 delegates gathered in Chicago’s Aqua Tower ballroom for a black-tie dinner, Inspired by the Beaux-Arts Architects Ball of 1931, in celebration of the Council’s 50th Anniversary.
What can architects do to keep rapidly growing urban areas livable and create more sustainable cities? Hear from a partner how Henning Larsen is among those leading the charge.
The CTBUH Canada Chapter presents a tour of the new 35-story condominium designed by architectsAlliance and Entuitive.
The International Journal of High Rise Buildings (IJHRB) is the research-scholarly journal produced by CTBUH in conjunction with CTBUH Korea.