Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Featured Buildings Involving Armstrong Ceiling Solutions

Zifeng Tower

Zifeng Tower, Nanjing

The triangulated, serrated façade treatment is interesting, adding depth and texture to the imposing form while allowing natural ventilation throughout.

Greenland's Suzhou Center

Greenland's Suzhou Center, Suzhou

The Suzhou Center incorporates passive ventilation techniques in the the design to create a unique interior "lung" that appears as a large opening.

CCTV Headquarters

CCTV Headquarters, Beijing

The recently completed new headquarters of China Central Television contains the entire television-making process within a single building.

Shanghai Tower

Shanghai Tower, Shanghai

As the third tower in the trio of supertall buildings at the heart of Shanghai’s new Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, Shanghai Tower embodies a new prototype for tall buildings.

Qingdao Agora

Qingdao Agora, Qingdao

As a mixed-use development, Qingdao Agora's design is organized around the daily social and economic needs of its inhabitants.

Beijing Yintai Centre

Beijing Yintai Centre, Beijing

Located in the core Beijing central business district, the three towered structure has a central tower rising 250m high.

Plaza 66

Plaza 66, Shanghai

A commercial and office complex, consisting of a shopping mall and two skyscrapers, Plaza 66 is home to a mix of retail, entertainment, and extensive below-grade parking areas.

Kingtown International Center

Kingtown International Center, Nanjing

This tower uses a distinctive external bracing system, which creates more efficient lateral support, requiring less steel and an overall 20% reduction in building material.

One Island East

One Island East, Hong Kong

In order to accommodate its supertall height, One Island East features 28 high-speed passenger lifts, six high-speed shuttle lifts, and one passenger lift.

Turning Torso

Turning Torso, Malmö

Completed in 2005, the Turning Torso was the first twisting skyscraper in the world, rotating a full 90 degrees along its height in nine pentagonal sections.

Jing An Kerry Centre

Jing An Kerry Centre, Shanghai

Jing An Kerry Centre draws upon the socioeconomic wellspring of public transit to activate an iconic mixed-use mega-project in Shanghai.

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre, Tianjin

Located in the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area, Tianjin CTF Finance Centre features a mix of uses including office space, luxury serviced apartments, and a hotel.

Suzhou IFS

Suzhou IFS, Suzhou

A landmark on the city’s skyline in both form and function, the mixed-use high-rise is recognized as the Tallest Building in Suzhou.

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Shenzhen Zhongzhou Holdings Financial Center

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Shenzhen Zhongzhou Holdings Financial Center, Shenzhen

The mixed use building was the first supertall building to be constructed in Shenzhen’s Nanshan District, at the time considered a suburban area in the southwestern part of the city.

Hai Tian Center

Hai Tian Center, Qingdao

Situated next to the sea, The Haitian Center is a mixed-use project featuring Class A office space, high-end residential and two hotels.

Changsha Jinmao Meixi Lake International Plaza

Changsha Jinmao Meixi Lake International Plaza, Changsha

Winner of a 2019 CTBUH Urban Habitat District Scale Award of Excellence, this project mixes squares, indoor atriums, an underground outdoor street to create a permeable space.

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Johardy Sunandjaja

Johardy Sunandjaja

CTBUH Annual Conference, Steering Committee, 2019
Chicago, United States

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Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.


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Armstrong Ceiling Solutions Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 76 Completed6 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 15 Completed4 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 8 Years
Most Common Function office, 48 Buildings
Most Common Material Composite, 62 Buildings
Building Functions
Building Materials

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

Tall Buildings Involving Armstrong Ceiling Solutions

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