The China International Exchange Committee for Tall Buildings (CITAB) and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) announced the award recipients for the inaugural CITAB-CTBUH 2016 China Tall Building Awards.
The international jury has chosen 44 finalists for the MIPIM Awards. This year 230 projects from 42 countries have been submitted to one of the 11 categories including a new category – ‘the Best Healthcare development'.
There are now officially 100 supertall (300-plus-meter) skyscrapers in the world following the completion of 432 Park Avenue in New York City. Supertall construction is poised to remain strong in the next years.
International experts will give insights into exciting projects at the “holz3” Architecture Congress. Here Oliver Sterl from RLP talks about the 24-storey timber building “HoHo Wien”, which will be one of the tallest timber buildings in the world.
In the framework of the Europalia.Turkey international arts festival, the
MAS|Museum aan de Stroom hosts this exhibition focusing on the role water played in Istanbul’s development and similarities with Antwerp. Curated by Murat Tabanlioglu
A look back on the Professional Lighting Design Convention in Rome 2015 plus the announcement of the Recognition Award Winners and 'The Challenge' student winners. The next PLDC will be hosted in Paris, the City of Light.
The best in green construction equipment and products were chosen at the BIG 5 in Dubai. The winners in six categories throughout the construction sector and the overall winner are symbols for an environmentally-friendly future.
The prize committee decided on a research project Forest Pavilion:
Robotically-manufactured wooden shell construction. It was planned and built in order to demonstrate new methods for the digital planning and robotic manufacturing of lightweight wood constructions.