21 August is the final day to register at discounted rates for the CTBUH 10th World Congress. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to join this year’s premier gathering covering best practices in tall buildings and sustainable cities.
CTBUH is pleased to release the program and speaker list for the 10th World Congress hosted in Chicago, themed “50 Forward | 50 Back.” The week-long event, taking place from 28 October to 2 November, will explore the most significant advancements in tall buildings and cities from the last 50 years, whilst inquiring into the […]
We are pleased to release the list of delegates registered so far for the CTBUH 10th World Congress. Simply download the CTBUH Events app, confirm your registration for the event, and you’ll have immediate access to the delegate list, which will continue to grow as the date approaches.
CTBUH Moment in History #7 documents the making of the current CTBUH Journal, from it’s founding as a mailed newsletter in 1970 .
CTBUH Moment in History #6 covers the emergence of the CTBUH Technical Guide in 2002. Intended as a quick reference for both practitioners and academics, the Technical Guide series has proven an ideal publication venue for the specialized expertise of CTBUH members, and a useful tool set, both for those within and outside the organization, […]
CTBUH Moment in History #5 reviews the significant expansion of the CTBUH Awards Program since its inception in 2002. From those first years, the the Awards Program was reformatted to recognize tall building projects and innovative industry developments across numerous disciplines.
Through a historical overview, case study analysis, and a series of design considerations, this report explores how ropeless and multidirectional elevator technologies can enable cities to be more interconnected, efficient, and accessible.
CTBUH is issuing a Call for Abstracts to all members with an involvement in the development, design, engineering, operation or occupancy of mass timber structures. Selected abstracts will be presented at the Timber Rising Program Room at the CTBUH 10th World Congress, and will be developed into full papers published in a standalone output following the event.
CTBUH Moment in History #4 discusses the controversial claim by Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the title of “World’s Tallest Building” over the record holder at the time, Sears (now Willis) Tower.
Register by the 01 May deadline to receive discounted rates for the world’s premier tall building conference – don’t delay!
In partnership with the Chicago Chapter of the CTBUH, the Council hosted a second lead-up event to the CTBUH 10th World Congress: Tall Building Team Trivia.
As a lead-up to the 10th Word Congress, the CTBUH Seattle Chapter is launching a series of forums that will explore the city’s progress, looking back at the last 50 years of growth.
In partnership with the Mies van der Rohe Society CTBUH hosted a reception and program celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Bauhaus school’s founding, as well as Mies van der Rohe’s 133rd birthday.
In the reflective spirit of the CTBUH 10th World Congress, the Council is seeking ideas on the seminal buildings and urban interventions from the past 50 years that influenced the way we inhabit cities today, and predictions for the innovations that will significantly impact urban development over the next 50 years.
The Steering Committee for the 2019 CTBUH 10th World Congress convened for its second session at the Chicago Architecture Center, discussing updates and changes to programming.
CTBUH Moment in History #2 explores the evolution of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat as an organization and how the CTBUH name took shape.
The Council was pleased to host the Chicago screening of Leaning Out, the documentary about the life and work of renowned structural engineer Leslie E. Robertson.
Plans for the 2019 CTBUH 10th World Congress are now well underway, beginning with an initial meeting of the Steering Committee at the Chicago Architecture Center.
The CTBUH has launched two fantastic research projects on Skybridges and Robotics in Tall Building Construction. Get involved now!
Shanghai was one of many cities from around the world that participated in the 2018 Global Walking Tour: Walking on Water. This year’s theme explored the role of tall buildings along waterfronts and other natural settings.