Georges Binder

Brussels, Belgium

About

Born in 1960, Georges Binder is a graduate in Marketing-Distribution from the EPHEC in Brussels. He started working in the real estate industry as an analyst in the property arm of the financial AG Group, now Ageas. In 1990, he left AG Group, Belgium’s largest real estate investor, to join Residentia International, a Swedish developer, in the position of research manager.

In 1992, Georges founded BUILDINGS & DATA SA, a company that specializes in marketing, research studies and editorial and media services in the fields of architecture and real estate. In the PR field, Buildings & Data SA has also prepared and submitted on behalf of its clients awards entry dossiers and have aided clients in winning numerous international architecture and real estate awards, including 14 MIPIM Awards. Buildings & Data SA has created its own real estate archives and database compiled over a period of more than 35…

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CTBUH Roles

Regional Representative, Belgium (2009 – Present)

CTBUH Fellow (2012)

Regional Representative, Belgium, Regional Representative (2009 – Present)

Height and Data Committee (1998 – 2017)

Height and Data Committee, Chairman (1994 – 1998)

Skyscraper Center Editorial Board (2014 – 2015)

Videos

18 October 2012

CTBUH 11th Annual Awards Dinner

The 11th Annual Awards Ceremony & Dinner was held in Mies van der Rohe's iconic Crown Hall, on the Illinois Institute of Technology campus, Chicago....

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Research

03 March 2008

The “International” Skyscraper: Observations

Georges Binder, Buildings & Data SA

While using tall buildings data, the following paper aims to show trends and shifts relating to building use and new locations accomodating high-rise buildings.

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Research

01 February 2008

The “International” Skyscraper: Observations

Georges Binder, Buildings & Data SA

While using tall buildings data, the following paper aims to show trends and shifts relating to building use and new locations accommodating high-rise buildings. After...

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