The below is an archive of CTBUH initiatives and activity. Organized reverse-chronologically, the archive includes conference and event reports; chapter, committee and other leader activity; research project updates; data study outputs; publication launches; award announcements; signboard ceremonies; and much more.
On the 50th anniversary of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s founding, the 10th World Congress returns to the Council’s home, and birthplace of the skyscraper: Chicago.
As part of the 2019 Global Walking Tour, CTBUH France organized a tour of Trinity Tower, which also served as the inauguration of the new Chapter.
CTBUH has highlighted best practice examples of tall buildings that represented a significant change in thinking or technique.
CTBUH Australia hosts a site tour of the superslim Collins House, a rare opportunity to visit the building before residents move in at the end of October.
CTBUH is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Awards Program. Interested applicants can submit their materials through 27 September 2019.
CTBUH Moment in History #9 covers the biggest media moment in Council history, when CTBUH ruled that One World Trade Center, New York City, was the new tallest building in the United States and in North America
Over 50 attendees enjoyed a networking reception followed by engaging presentations and Q&A with panelists, discussing demolition strategies in New York City.
CTBUH held a breakfast seminar on vertical building additions, featuring presentations from prominent local firms profiling vertical building addition technologies.
The latest CTBUH Berlin Event addressed the question of how architects and designers can manage urban densification, while at the same time ensuring high standards of quality.
Members of the original architecture and engineering team behind Chicago’s John Hancock Center shared the story of the creation of one of the city’s best-known landmarks.
Discover best practices in envelope design, codes, and practices for protecting tall buildings from cyclone damage.
To coincide with its 20th anniversary celebration, Jin Mao Tower was given an early opportunity to recognize its status as one of the 50 Most Influential Buildings of the Last 50 Years.
In celebration of Jin Mao Tower's 20th anniversary, CTBUH China presents an international conference discussing the historical evolution and development trend of super tall buildings.
CTBUH Melbourne hosted Behind the Screen, an evening seminar on construction management, organized in collaboration with the University of Melbourne.
CTBUH Chicago led an illuminating tour of the wholesale renovation of the base of Willis Tower, the largest such construction project to take place since the building’s completion