The 2018 Tall Building Year in Review is now available, showcasing the momentum of completions for buildings 200 meters and taller on a global scale.
These projects will move on to the next stage of the CTBUH Awards Program, sending the teams responsible for the projects to the 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, where they will compete in front of an international audience and live juries for “Best in Category” distinctions.
The CTBUH has released two new technical guides: Façade Access & Maintenance for High-Rise Buildings and The Space Within: Skyspaces in Tall Buildings. Order now!
The distinguished juries deliberated on 247 submissions across 21 categories, deciding the Award of Excellence Winners for the CTBUH 2019 Awards Program.
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.
The event celebrated the anniversary of GOA, convening a panel discussion featuring CTBUH China Associate Director Jiaqi Qu.
Major changes have been implemented this year to make the judging of projects facing similar challenges fairer. Specifically, Best Tall Buildings will be judged according to similar height and function categories, rather than within geographic regions. In addition, seven new awards have been introduced, to recognize the specific engineering achievements across projects, as well as […]
All qualifying submissions received by 30 September 2018 will be considered for the 2019 awards cycle.
This special reception held on the evening of April 9 will give conference VIPs the unique opportunity to mingle in the fantastic setting of the China Resources Headquarters, a 393-meter tower in Shenzhen’s Houhai District. There, delegates will enjoy canapés and refreshments in the “Sky Hall” located at the very top of the tower, a […]
The 2019 CTBUH Tall + Urban Innovation Conference will be held in the Grand Hyatt Shenzhen in downtown Shenzhen. Situated in the Luohu District, the hotel is part of City Crossing, Shenzhen’s most prestigious mixed-use commercial development, which includes the China Resources Building, Park Lane Manor and the MixC Shopping Mall. It is close to the iconic […]
View all Award of Excellence Recipients and Overall Category Winners from the 2018 CTBUH Tall+Urban Innovation Conference.
This web-archive presents the Winners, photos, slideshows, and reports from the fantastic event, which was held 30–31 May in Chicago.
On July 9th, 2018, a one-day symposium entitled “Sustainable Vertical Urbanism” was held at Tongji University, co-organized by CTBUH China Office and Tongji University. This symposium was held as part of a key sub-forum of the International Doctoral School of Future Cities and Architecture held by Tongji University, from July 1st through the 14th. During the symposium, urban […]
CTBUH participated in the China Zun Forum, the first portion of which was the Symposium on Construction and Operation for Tall Buildings. The event was organized by CTBUH and co-organized by CITIC HEYE Investment CO., LTD., BOMA, and CITAB. Nearly 200 delegates attended the event.
The building owners, CTBUH Trustees, and esteemed guests gathered to unveil the signboard at Suzhou IFS in Suzhou, China.
On a trip in part to drum up support for the 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, Executive Director Antony Wood and China Office Director & Academic Coordinator Peng Du held a board meeting for the CTBUH China Office and spoke at a half-day symposium.
The first volume of a new annual series explore the world’s foremost skyscrapers is now available for purchase on the CTBUH Webshop.
The CTBUH is proud to announce the winners of the 16th Annual CTBUH Awards Program, which competed for winning distinctions at the 2018 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference. The CTBUH Awards Jury named Oasia Hotel Downtown the “Best Tall Building Worldwide”, in addition to recognizing the winners of nine individual award categories.