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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15 Jun 2018, Mansion Global
CTBUH Editor Daniel Safarik provided commentary and insights for a piece in Mansion Global about the continued growth of supertall buildings – those rising more than 300 meters – across the globe. Read more.
15 Jun 2018, The Jackal
CTBUH UK Chair Javier Quinana de Una makes the case for a taller, denser London in a written commentary debate with the co-founder of the Skyline Campaign. Read more.
13 Jun 2018, The Straits Times
Singapore's paper of record featured Oasia Hotel Downtown, which was awarded Best Tall Building Worldwide at the CTBUH 2018 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference in Chicago from May 30-31. Read more.
11 Jun 2018, Manila Times
CTBUH Philippines Representative Felino A. Palafox, Jr., provided an overview of the CTBUH 2018 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, which incorporated what was previously known as the CTBUH Awards. Read more.
08 Jun 2018, City A.M.
City A.M. reported on the winners announcement from the 2018 CTBUH Awards, with Singapore's Oasia Hotel Downtown being named "Best Tall Building Worldwide". Nine other winners were recognized at the event. Read more.
06 Jun 2018, Daily Mail
The Daily Mail reported on the winners of the 2018 CTBUH Awards Program at the Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, held at the iconic Aqua Tower in Chicago. Read more.
05 Jun 2018, World Media
The winners of the 16th Annual CTBUH Awards Program, which competed for winning distinctions at the 2018 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference from May 30-31 at Aqua Tower in Chicago, have been announced. Read more.
01 Jun 2018, Houston Chronicle
The Houston Chronicle utilized a CTBUH “Tall Buildings in Numbers” data study in its coverage of three Houston towers that are among the world’s tallest demolished buildings. The tallest of the trio, at 107 meters, was torn down in 2011. Read more.