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 2021 International Conference is unlike any other, comprising CTBUH chapter events staged across multiple times zones around the world.
Climate change-driven sea level rise is anticipated to range from just over half a meter to perhaps as many as three meters over the course of the next hundred years or so. A substantial number of the world’s cities, with their coastal or low-lying locations, will have to contend with the rising tide in one way or another. This begs the question: Will we see a megacity forced to relocate inland?
The Philadelphia Chapter of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) together with the Weitzman School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania has assembled a panel of thought leaders for a symposium to address food security, public common space, and how architecture can provide a self sustaining physical, cultural, and economic model for cities.
CTBUH Journal 2021, Issue III, addresses the topic of carbon from a variety of angles, including best practices in tall building design towards net-zero, emissions reduction strategies, and the role of embodied carbon, among others.
Twenty years ago, the World Trade Center collapsed due to terrorist attacks on 9/11. We reject the promulgation of false information and affirm our support of the scientific evidence about the cause of the World Trade Center collapse.
CTBUH CEO Antony Wood quoted in the San Francisco Chronicles article featuring San Francisco's skyline changes, 20 years since the 9/11.
This data study explores tall building development, visualizing how many of the world’s tallest buildings were built since 2001 and the shifts in geographic growth of tall buildings, among other data. Was 9/11 a catalyst for skyscraper growth? Read more.
CTBUH CEO Antony Wood featured in American Society of Civil Engineers article on and shared research on how 9/11 may have actually increased the construction of skyscrapers globally.
CTBUH China holds a symposium on the theme "Near-Ground Spaces in and between Tall Buildings“. The event is held at Xintiandi, Shanghai.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recently announced a transformational new organizational structure, a recommitment to thought leadership and research for future cities, new opportunities for member engagement, and a major expansion in leadership.
CTBUH CEO Antony Wood quoted in Fast Company article on China's new guidelines prohibiting the approval of any new buildings taller than 500 meters (1,640 feet).
CTBUH would like to tell you about a pivotal new model for the organization that is more member-driven and offers greater opportunities for a broader range of members to make a meaningful difference in the Council’s activities.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat welcomes applications and nominations for its next Chief Executive Officer.
Join the CTBUH Philadelphia Chapter on a walking tour of University City. The tour will be followed by a networking event at Sunset Social atop Cira Green. Come out for some in-person networking and catch-up with colleagues! This program will be submitted for AIA credit. Sponsorship opportunities are available now.
Imagined by architect Jean Nouvel (AJN), the DUO Towers embody a new urban breath and the desire for a new quality of city, inspired and shared. The DUO Towers (carried by Ivanhoe Cambridge Europe) will be a setting for a hotel on ten levels comprising 139 rooms, a restaurant, a bar with panoramic terrace, imagined and designed by Philippe Starck.