Tansri Muliani

CTBUH, Senior Publications Manager | Chicago, United States


Tansri Muliani joined the Council as part-time Publications Associate in January 2010. Her first project was establishing the 2010 Mumbai conference archive. Tansri is responsible for the design and layout of the CTBUH Journal, maintains the CTBUH Events Calendar, and the CTBUH Resource Center.

Tansri is an RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects)-registered architect. She graduated with a first-class degree in Architecture from the Bandung Institute of Technology in Indonesia in 1996, and obtained a Masters degree in Urban Design from The Bartlett, University College London in 1999. Whilst undertaking her Masters degree, she won first prize in the International Design Competition for the Musi Riverside Tourism Development , Palembang, Indonesia, 1999 – First Prize.

Prior to joining CTBUH, Tansri worked as an architect in practice in Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, UK,and USA between…

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Tansri Muliani

CTBUH Designated Expert

28 October 2015

Eleven Times Square Office Building Tour

CTBUH 2015 delegates toured Eleven Times Square Office Building which was the last building to be developed as part of the 42nd Street Development

28 October 2015

Vertical Campus Urban Tour – Fordham University

CTBUH 2015 delegates toured Fordham University's law school and residence hall which houses the law school in the first 10 floors and a residence hall in the top 12 floors.

4 December 2014

CTBUH Helps Middle School Students Reach for the Sky

Students at Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School got a taste of what it’s like to be an architect when they were asked to design a mixed-use “skyscraper of the future”

13 June 2013

Tower 42 Technical Tour Report

The tallest building in the United Kingdom from 1980 until 1991 and the first major skyscraper in the City of London, Tower 42 encapsulates the theme of the conference: Height and Heritage.

13 April 2011

Back to Bethlehem: Where it all began…

Executive Director Antony Wood reflects on his trip to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he met with the Beedle family and visited Lehigh University, where it all began for the Council.