To best serve the inhabitants of the increasingly dense global urban environment, city-shapers must approach the city through an interdisciplinary lens, integrating the tall building into the urban fabric by considering its role as essential urban infrastructure. As the world rebuilds and responds to COVID-19, never before has the marshaling of different perspectives been more critical in the pursuit of livable, sustainable, and healthy urban communities.
This volume highlights the very best innovations and projects, spanning the range of disciplines involved in city-making, from urban design, to interiors, to specialized engineering, all converging to make the city more resilient and enduring.
The Tall Buildings + Urban Habitat book is produced annually by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), the global authority on the inception, design, construction, and operation of tall buildings and future cities.
Editors: Daniel Safarik & Emily Torem
Design: Rachel Fox
Layout: Tansri Muliani
Hard cover, 320 pages, 8.5”W x 11”H