Antony Wood

CTBUH, President | Chicago, United States

About

Dr. Antony Wood is President of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, responsible for leading the Council’s thought leadership, research, and academic initiatives. Prior to this, he was CTBUH Chief Executive Officer from 2006-2022. Under his fifteen-year tenure as CEO, CTBUH significantly increased its outputs and initiatives across all areas.

Antony is also a Studio Associate Professor and Director of the Masters in Tall Buildings and Vertical Urbanism program in the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago., He is also a visiting professor of tall buildings at Tongji University Shanghai. A UK architect by training, his field of specialty is the design, and in particular the sustainable design, of tall buildings. Prior to joining the Council and IIT, Antony was an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham in the UK from 2001–2006, where…

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CTBUH Roles

CTBUH Journal, Associate Editor (2006 – Present)

Expert Peer Review Committee, Member (2014 – Present)

Height and Data Committee, Member (2006 – Present)

Awards Jury (2009 – 2018)

Videos

20 January 2022

Future City – Architecture and Mobility

Listen CTBUH's Antony Wood and other CTBUH expert members from TK Elevator and Killa Design as they discuss the future of cities, and the role...

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Research

01 August 2020

Skybridges: State of the Art

Antony Wood, Peng Du & Daniel Safarik, CTBUH

For more than a century, architects and urban visionaries have foretold of three-dimensional cities, with tall buildings linked by skybridges forming a new kind of...

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Research

14 March 2019

Skybridges: A History and a View to the Near Future

Antony Wood & Daniel Safarik CTBUH

As many architects and visionaries have shown over a period spanning more than a century, the re-creation of the urban realm in the sky through...

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