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CTBUH in the Media

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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CTBUH Research Paper Frames Discussion on Linear Greenways

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30 May 2016, The Globe and Mail

BuroHappold Engineering’s Kate Ascher and Sabina Uffer's research paper on New York's High Line, which was first released at the 2015 CTBUH International Conference held in New York City, is helping Vancouver realize a similar project. Read more.


High-Rise Living and the Community, According to CTBUH Scandinavia Representative

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27 May 2016, Financial Times

In an interview with the Financial Times, CTBUH Scandinavia Representative Julian Chen discussed how architects are trying to create residential towers that both meet the needs of tenants and foster a sense of community. Read more.


The Evolution of Tall Buildings, According to CTBUH Research Manager

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24 May 2016, Urban Hub

Urban Hub sat down with CTBUH Research Manager Dr. Dario Trabucco to discuss the evolution of tall buildings. Trabucco noted several significant milestones that have contributed to the development of skyscrapers. Read more.


CTBUH Communications Manager Informs Discussion on Practicality of Helipads

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18 May 2016, Bloomberg

Tokyo has more helipads than any other city in the world, but most are rarely, if ever, used because of Japan's noise restrictions. CTBUH Communications Manager Jason Gabel informs the conversation on the practicality of helipads. Read more.


Shanghai Tower Installs Signboard Commemorating Megatall Status

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18 May 2016, World Architecture News

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) joined officials of Shanghai Tower in unveiling the commemorative signboard designating Shanghai Tower the tallest building in China and the second-tallest building in the world. Read more.


CTBUH China Award Panel Discussion Yields Insightful Analysis

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18 May 2016, The Wall Street Journal

At the CITAB-CTBUH China Tall Building Awards, held on Friday, May 13, several panel contributors, including CTBUH China Office Board Member Jianping Gu, discussed the future of supertall and megatall skyscrapers in China. Read more.


Bund SOHO Named CITAB-CTBUH China Best Tall Building Overall for 2016

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16 May 2016, E-Architect

The CITAB-CTBUH China Tall Building Awards deemed Shanghai’s Bund SOHO project the winner of the 2016 China Best Tall Building Overall. The Awards Jury made the announcement at the dinner & ceremony held at Shanghai Tower. Read more.


CTBUH China Office Director Comments on Local Vertical Transportation Industry

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11 May 2016, Elevator World

CTBUH China Office Director Daniel Safarik informed a discussion on China's vertical transportation industry, including the economy's impact on the market and the country's rate of growth despite the economic slowdown. Read more.


CTBUH Costa Rica Chairperson Weighs in on Country’s Building Boom

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09 May 2016, The Tico Times

In an interview with The Tico Times, CTBUH Costa Rica Chairperson Victor Montero discusses the impact of the building boom occurring in San José's Greater Metropolitan Area, including density and building regulations. Read more.


Impact of Proposed Building Height Regulations Discussed by CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member

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29 Apr 2016, News.com.au

CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member Philip Oldfield discusses his thoughts in an interview with news.com.au on the impact that newly proposed building height regulations could have on Melbourne’s future development. Read more.