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On view through October 2023, "REFRAMED: The Future of Cities in Wood" tells the story of building with mass timber and features architectural models of mass timber projects from around the world, from public spaces to office buildings and adaptive reuse to new construction. REFRAMED is co-curated by the Chicago Architecture Center and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and presented by the Softwood Lumber Board.
Join the CTBUH Canada Chapter for a networking breakfast and panel discussion on the currently under construction, Kingsley Square Condominium in Newmarket. This program is for designers, developers and contractors who build multi-storey residential buildings.
As the use of timber in buildings becomes more prevalent, the Melbourne Committee of CTBUH Australia is pleased to offer a site tour of 36 Wellington Street, Collingwood.
Join the CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee for a tour of the architectural office at Pappageorge Haymes along with a presentation of current projects. Space is limited and RSVPs are taken on a first come, first served basis.
Join us in person or online for the opening of the Chicago Architecture Center’s newest exhibition, "REFRAMED: The Future of Cities in Wood," presented by the Softwood Lumber Board and created in partnership with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Attendees will receive a video of the panel discussion after the event.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for our building tour of 40 Leadenhall, a 900,000 square foot office building nearing completion. Limited availability - register now to avoid missing out.
The Philadelphia Chapter of the Council for Tall Buildings (CTBUH) is pleased to present a lecture by Charles Berman, Associate Principal of Diller Scofidio + Renfro. He will discuss the aesthetic, cultural, and technical aspects of The Shed, an urban cultural and event space that fronts the High Line and Hudson Yards, in New York.
”The Ark” (L’Arche) is an unprecedented collective driven by shared values of positive environmental practices that is mobilizing on the Solana 2, a 21-meter catamaran, on the occasion of the MIPIM 2023 exhibition to initiate actions today for future generations. Hosted from 14-17 March 2023, the group questions the many acts of building in the broadest sense: development, building, landscape, etc. and how innovation and new ideas can create influential change on our planet.
Join CTBUH at MIPIM for a session co-organized with Otis. In the era of energy sobriety, mixed use and urban integration, how to construct / redevelop mid- and high-rise buildings while reconciliating attractiveness and profitability?
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for a tour of recently opened Battersea Power Station. D2E will lead the tour of Battersea Power Station which will include a brief presentation on the scheme and opportunity to experience the Chimney Lift followed by drinks and networking in the Turbine Hall.
CTBUH Sydney invites you to come and share in the next episode of our Design Excellence series as we discuss the competition design thinking for 55 Pitt Street. Join us for cheese and wine as we hear this influential line up of shortlisted firms at 200 George Street, generously hosted by Mirvac.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for our ‘live’ building tour. Main Contractor, Multiplex will lead the tour of One Nine Elms which will include a brief presentation on the scheme and opportunity to see inside the scheme in its final few months of construction.
Please join the CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee for a tour of recently completed, 22 Bishopsgate. AXA IM Alts’, JLL Property Management and Lead Architect, PLP Architecture will lead the tour of 22 Bishopsgate which will include a presentation on the projects inception and opportunity to see inside one of London’s tallest commercial buildings.
Kindly hosted by Solidéo in the morning, and by Paris la Défense in the afternoon, the CTBUH French Chapter is pleased to invite you to two presentations and site visits to discuss these themes of major developments of tomorrow, their virtues, their technologies, their legal and financial arrangements, and the obstacles encountered.
Join the CTBUH UK Chapter for an evening panel event on the hot topic of 'Regenrative Design.'