Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

University of New South Wales at CTBUH

CTBUH Executive Director Presents at Chapter Events in Australia

7-9 Mar 2017, Event Report – Executive Director Antony Wood delivered two well attended lectures in Sydney…

Executive Director Visits Sydney and Melbourne

6-10 Mar 2017, Event Report – CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood traveled to Sydney and Melbourne to build…

Ken Shuttleworth: A Journey of Design and Discovery

17 Aug 2016, Event Report – CTBUH Sydney held a collaborative event with UNSW Built Environment, welcoming…

Philip Oldfield

Philip Oldfield

CTBUH Staff, 2007 – 2011
Sydney, Australia

Helen Lochhead

Helen Lochhead

CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee, 2016 – Present
Sydney, Australia

Paola Favaro

Paola Favaro

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2017
Sydney, Australia

CTBUH Resources Involving University of New South Wales

ASPECT: RATIOS – Voices of Women In the Tall Building World

8 Aug 2017 – CTBUH Journal 2017 Issue III
Ilkay Can-Standard, GenX Design & Technology; Martina Dolejsova, Studio Libeskind

Improving Energy Performance In Gulf-Region Residential High-Rises

8 Aug 2017 – CTBUH Journal 2017 Issue III
Noura Ghabra & Dr. Lucelia Rodrigues, University of Nottingham; Dr. Philip Oldfield, The University of New South Wales

A “Fabric-First” Approach to Sustainable Tall Building Design

Jun 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 2
Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales

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Papers/Research

ASPECT: RATIOS – Voices of Women In the Tall Building World
8 Aug 2017 – CTBUH Journal 2017 Issue III; Ilkay Can-Standard, GenX Design & Technology; Martina Dolejsova, Studio Libeskind
ASPECT: RATIOS is the outgrowth of a program developed by the CTBUH Young Professionals Committee in New York, beginning in 2016. The purpose of the lecture series, and of this special edition, is to showcase some of the exemplary work done by women…
Improving Energy Performance In Gulf-Region Residential High-Rises
8 Aug 2017 – CTBUH Journal 2017 Issue III; Noura Ghabra & Dr. Lucelia Rodrigues, University of Nottingham; Dr. Philip Oldfield, The University of New South Wales
Energy consumption in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has been rising over the last four decades. The residential building sector alone accounts for more than 50% of all delivered energy consumption, and half of this is attributed to the use…
A “Fabric-First” Approach to Sustainable Tall Building Design
Jun 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 2; Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales
This research suggests the most effective way for improving energy efficiency in tall buildings is a “fabric-first” approach. This involves optimizing the performance of the building form and envelope as a first priority, with additional technologies…
A “Fabric-First” Approach to Sustainable Tall Building Design
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales
This research suggests the most effective way for improving energy efficiency in tall buildings is a “fabric-first” approach. This involves optimizing the performance of the building form and envelope as a first priority, with additional technologies…

Tall Buildings Involving University of New South Wales

1   Mathews Building - - Sydney
2   University of New South Wales Library 1966 - Sydney
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.