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Skyscraper Mid-Year Forecast: Taller Than Ever
Commercial
Monday June 29 2015

Skyscraper Mid-Year Forecast: Taller Than Ever

Skyscrapers are inundating city skylines in 2015 with China leading the boom.

Will Wooden Skyscrapers Stand the Life Cycle Test?
Green
Wednesday April 22 2015

Will Wooden Skyscrapers Stand the Life Cycle Test?

Architect Michael Green predicts that the future will see wooden skylines, with structures reaching as high as 30 storeys.

What’s Holding Back the Wooden Skyscraper?
Green
Wednesday April 8 2015

What’s Holding Back the Wooden Skyscraper?

They offer robust carbon sequestering and have the potential to reach skyscraper heights, so why aren't we building more wooden skyscrapers in cities?

Five Pollution Reducing Facades
Green
Friday February 27 2015

Five Pollution Reducing Facades

Air pollution is rife in cities worldwide.

Skyscraper Trends for 2015
Business
Tuesday January 27 2015

Skyscraper Trends for 2015

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has dubbed 2014 “the tallest ever” for skyscraper construction.

The Good, the Green and the Giant of Timber Buildings
Green
Tuesday December 2 2014

The Good, the Green and the Giant of Timber Buildings

Engineered wood is fast becoming a popular structural material for tall timber buildings.

Wooden Buildings Are Possible Through Education
Green
Friday October 17 2014

Wooden Buildings Are Possible Through Education

Architect Michael Green is predicting a revolution in wooden buildings that could help reshape the future of cities in a green way.

Skyscrapers: 2014 Mid-Year Trend Forecast
Business
Monday July 28 2014

Skyscrapers: 2014 Mid-Year Trend Forecast

Skyscraper construction is at all-time high, with 78 tall buildings completed across the globe already in 2014.

Are Glass Skyscrapers an Environmental Mistake?
Green
Wednesday June 4 2014

Are Glass Skyscrapers an Environmental Mistake?

An architect behind London’s 30 St Mary Axe skyscraper - also known as the Gherkin - has suggested that it’s time to rethink glass buildings.