Zhendong Wang

CTBUH Shanghai Future Leaders Committee Member

Tongji University, Assistant Dean | Shanghai, China


Dr. Zhendong Wang, China National First Grade Registered Architect, is the Dean Assistant, Associate Professor and doctoral supervisor at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University. He is also Associate Director in Academic Affairs of the CTBUH China Office, and a Co-Editor- in-Chief of the International Journal of High-Rise Buildings. He mainly focuses on the research of mixed-use complexes, as well as dense urban habitat. He wrote the book Research on the Contemporary Mixed-Use Complex, and has published more than 20 papers on this subject area. Wang was a Visiting Scholar at the Architecture Department of MIT (2011-2012).

Dr. Wang was enrolled by the Architecture Department, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University in 1997. As an exchange student, he studied at the Department of Architecture, Hong Kong University and finished his Undergraduate Diploma…

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CTBUH Designated Expert


CTBUH Staff, China Office, Associate Director in Academic Affairs (2015 – Present)

Expert Chinese Translation Committee (2014 – Present)

Future Leaders Committee, Shanghai, Shanghai (2018 – Present)

Tall Building Academic & Teaching Committee, Member (2018 – Present)

Young Professionals Committee, Shanghai (2017 – 2018)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012; China 2016)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (2016)

Student Competition First-Round Jury (2019, 2020)


21 September 2012

Comparative Study of the Urban Complex in Shanghai and Hong Kong

This presentation analyzes the financial value, space value and urban value of urban building complexes in Shanghai and Hong Kong. The complexes will be examined...


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01 March 2021

Comparative Study on the Development Trends of High-rise Buildings Above 200 Meters in China, th

Jiaqi Qu, CTBUH; Zhendong Wang, Tongji University; Peng Du, Texas Tech University,

Since 2006, the number of completed high-rise buildings over 200 meters have increased rapidly. Although there were some short-term cyclical troughs, the overall trend has...


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30 January 2020

Tall Buildings’ Lower Public Spaces: Impact on Health and Behavior

Yu Ye, Zhendong Wang, Nannan Dong & Xihui Zhou, Tongji University

Tall buildings unquestionably need to improve their impact on the urban habitat. A human-focused approach to measuring the social impact of tall buildings’ ground conditions,...


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