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.
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.
To facilitate the continued growth of the Council, and to reinforce the organization’s multidisciplinary mission, the CTBUH Board of Trustees has been expanded from 8 to 13 members and now features “seats” that represent distinct industry sectors. The Council is now seeking applications for four open board seats on the restructured Board of Trustees across multiple disciplines.
Join the CTBUH Australia Chapter's Sydney Committee for the next episode of its Design Excellence series, featuring the competition design thinking for 10 Valentine Avenue.
Supported by CTBUH, the ETEM Façade Conference is a global forum for the latest façade technologies designed for creative architecture.
In this issue, you'll find a Case Study of Vista Tower, Chicago, Talking Tall: The Garden City in Three Dimensions with Moshe Safdie, and Steel and Skyscrapers: A Productive History and a Sustainable Future.
This collection of papers, which were originally presented at the 2019 World Congress, represents a critical reflection on both the skyscraper typology and urban development as a whole, by marking their trajectory to date, and considering the evolutions that must take place to accommodate a dynamic and uncertain global future.
This collection of abstracts serves as a gateway to the presentations given at the CTBUH 10th World Congress.
How can reuse and revitalization projects play a role in supporting the growth of an urban community? The CTBUH Chicago Chapter addresses these questions in this presentation.
This international symposium on “Headquarters Design” gathers successful practitioners to share their experiences in the design of headquarter buildings.
The CTBUH Seattle Chapter hosts its annual fall workshop, discussing upcoming building code updates and urban planning for density.