This section tracks interviews and articles conducted by the Council as well as significant use of, or reference to, CTBUH-generated tall building facts in the international media.
In 2015 we launched an enhanced version of the In the Media section and are in the process of moving historical articles over to this system. For now you may browse older articles by visiting the Pre-2015 Archive.
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22 Oct 2014, Urban News Digest
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has announced that Douglas Durst and Peter Irwin will be receiving lifetime achievement awards for 2014 at the CTBUH 13th Annual Awards Symposium. Read more.
17 Sep 2014, Building HK
Building HK takes a look at the 2014 10 Year Award Winner Post Tower, which was recognized for displaying superior sustainable performance. Post Tower is one of the world's lowest energy-consuming tall buildings. Read more.
19 Aug 2014, Globe Newswire
Vidaris, Inc. is proud to be part of the project team for the United Nations Secretariat Building which was recently awarded "Finalist" as Best Tall Building Americas by the CTBUH. Read more.
08 Aug 2014, Architect Magazine
Architect Magazine covers Douglas Durst, The Durst Organization, and Peter Irwin, RWDI, who will accept lifetime achievement awards at the CTBUH 2014 Awards Symposium on November 6. Read more.
04 Aug 2014, Sourceable
Sourceable highlights the 2014 Performance Award Winner, the International Commerce Centre (ICC), Hong Kong, a tower that sets a precedent for energy performance. Read more.
29 Jul 2014, High Rise Facilities
High Rise Facilities features the 2014 10 Year Award Winner Post Tower, in Bonn, Germany, which was recognized for setting the standard for superior sustainable performance. Read more.
25 Jul 2014, Bustler
Bustler covers the winner of the 2014 CTBUH 10 Year Award, Post Tower by JAHN in Bonn, Germany, which is one of the world’s lowest energy-consuming tall buildings. Read more.
24 Jul 2014, Gizmag
Gizmag takes a look at the 2014 Tall Building Innovation Award winner BioSkin, which was implemented at the NBF Osaki Building in Tokyo, Japan in order to mitigate the Urban Heat Island effect. Read more.
21 Jul 2014, Arch Daily
ArchDaily explores the criteria used to select the winner of the 2014 CTBUH Performance Award, the International Commerce Centre (ICC), Hong Kong. Read more.
21 Jul 2014, Arch Daily
Arch Daily covers the winner of the 2014 CTBUH Innovation Award, BioSkin, which uses a network of water-filled ceramic pipes to cool the surface of a building in order to mitigate the urban heat island effect. Read more.