This has already created major shifts in the urban environment with increased pedestrianization, added bicycle lanes, and extended outdoor dining areas.
Owners of office buildings have started looking more closely at the addition of new outdoor spaces for working and/or recreational amenities, while owners and tenants of existing properties are looking at re-purposing, or reconfiguring, existing spaces.
CPP’s Dr. Roy Denoon, VP & Principal, and CTBUH Fellow, will be presenting. Read his full bio here.
Dr. Denoon’s presentation will discuss:
These are issues best dealt with early in the design process, and approaches to this will be outlined.
There is more demand for outdoor spaces and optimizing, not necessarily reducing, the wind speeds within them is critical to their success, whether that be for more sustainable transportation, enjoyment of outdoor amenities, or allowing hospitality venues to operate profitably.
Register for the conference, here.
As the recognized international authority on tall buildings, CTBUH conferences differ significantly from the many commercial conferences now being held around the world, in terms of both quality of knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities. This live-streaming, three-city event will offer a wide variety of benefits to attendees, speakers, and sponsors.
Who Should Attend?
Colleagues from all disciplines with a connection to tall buildings and urban.
Roy is available “on demand” for questions or ideas via these channels:
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