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Friday, May 6, 2011

CTBUH Annual International Student Design Competition

The Council on Tall Building and Urban Habitat is pleased to invite students from around the world to take part in the CTBUH 2011 Student Design Competition: Why Tall?

It aims to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society from the perspectives of green, safety, and humanity.

Tall buildings are no longer just mere representations of modern cities; they are an integral part of our everyday life. They have expanded their role from providing space for commercial purposes to also include satisfying residential needs. They are fast becoming an important feat of human engineering, as they meet the growing demands of urban dwelling and reshaping the landscape of modern cities.

Now is the time to redefine the meaning and value of tall buildings in our modern society, by highlighting the aspects of green, safety, and humanity in tall buildings. In light of global climate change, public awareness of urban sustainability has forced designers to rethink and reinvent the role of the high-rise building type. They must contribute to the protection of endangered environments and offer sustainable alternatives to how cities operate.


Registration Deadline:
Friday, August 12, 2011

Registration Fee:

Project submission deadline:
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

1 First Prize: US $5,000 and a certificate
1 Second Prize: US $2,000 and a certificate
1 Third Prize: US $1,000 and a certificate
7 Honorable Mentions: Certificates

Selected entries will be exhibited at the CTBUH 2011 World Conference in Seoul, Korea.

•Participants must register FREE online to receive their registration number.

•All team members must submit proof of active student status. Email a scanned copy of your student ID or other verification to

•After your registration and student status has been approved, the CTBUH will issue you a registration number which will be necessary for the final submission.

•There is no limit as to the number of participants per team; however, each individual must be registered. Individual entries are accepted.

Fore more information, click here or visit the CTBUH website.

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