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.
CTBUH Moment in History #8 discusses the Council's headquarter move from Pennsylvania to Chicago in 2003, and their residence in IIT’s College of Architecture.
The CTBUH New York Chapter hosted a social reception featuring an open bar and catered refreshments as a thank-you to members and friends for their participation this year.
CTBUH Australia’s Sydney Committee held the year’s final installment of its Design Excellence Series, profiling the new development proposals for 32 Smith Street.
The program and speaker list for the 10th World Congress is now available. This event will explore the most significant advancements in cities from the last 50 years and the next 50.
This issue features Voids on High, Simulating City Growth Using AI, Life-Cycle Analysis, and more.
The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee will lead a tour of Vista Tower, which upon completion will be the tallest Chicago building designed by a woman.
Three researchers from the CTBUH Skybridges Research Team visited four key skybridge-linked projects in Shenzhen, Chongqing, Beijing, and Kuala Lumpur.
We are pleased to release the list of delegates registered so far for the CTBUH 10th World Congress. The list will continue to grow as the date approaches.
CTBUH Moment in History #7 documents the making of the current CTBUH Journal, from it’s founding as a mailed newsletter in 1970.
50 attendees convened to explore the benefits and challenges of co-living as a developing housing model, where residents share living spaces, resources, and interests.
Join the Chicago Chapter of the CTBUH in exploring the design and construction of 110 North Wacker, an under-construction 57-story office tower.
This guide explores critical tall building security factors—such as site context, asset identification, access control systems, and positioning.
More than 100 attendees gathered at Linked Hybrid for a symposium held in conjunction with the forthcoming skybridge research project, “Bringing the Horizontal Into the Vertical Realm.”
Take a look at the initial keynote speakers for the CTBUH 10th World Congress who'll share their perspectives on tall buildings and urban development.
This special reception will give VIPs the opportunity to let loose in the fantastic setting of Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), Chicago’s current tallest building (442 meters).