Best Tall Buildings 2009: Ctbuh International Award Winning Projects

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Taylor & Francis Group, 2010 - Architecture - 167 pages
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An international overview of the best tall buildings in 2009 as recognised by the awards of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). From the Manitoba Hydro Place in Winnepeg and the Broadgate Tower in London to the QIPCO Tower in Doha and the Linked Hybrid Building in Beijing, this official guide features winning projects alongside finalists and the other nominees from around the world.

With the CTBUH's official list of the '100 Tallest Buildings in the World' as well as height and awards criteria, it provides architects, developers, engineers and building managers with detailed insights into the latest in innovative tall building projects.

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Contents

Foreword Gordon Gill
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I
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Awards Committee 2009
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About the author (2010)

Chester Dunning is professor of history at Texas A& M University and the author of "Russia’ s First Civil War," 
Caryl Emerson is the A. Watson Armour III University Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and professor of comparative literature at Princeton University. 
Sergei Fomichev is professor of literature at the State University of Novgorod Velikii. 
Lidiia Lotman is senior researcher at the Pushkin Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg, Russia. 
Antony Wood is an award-winning translator of Pushkin’ s poetry and a member of the editorial board of the Pushkin Premiere series published by the Pushkin State Theater, St. Petersburg.

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