Member Since: 2017
Member Offices: New York City
AI is a transformative global practice exploring the integration of architecture and technology to elevate the human experience. We search for innovative solutions to sustainable development which are responsive to nature and to our humanity. At the heart of our practice is the understanding that architecture is a technology: the technology of shelter, of form, and of space. We combine creativity with insight to enable the world's most advanced, intelligent, and breath-taking buildings.
Architectural Intelligence is the fusion of logic and creative processes to create human-centric works of architecture that transcend art. AI creates buildings which are as beautiful as they are technological, sustainable, and societal. We look beyond the surface to understand buildings as the synthesis of Form, Light, Space, Structure, Systems, and Materials.
Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
|1||Tianfu Center Headquarters Tower||396 m / 1,299 ft|
|2||China Merchants Prince Bay Tower||374 m / 1,227 ft|
|3||OCT Wuhan Tower||275 m / 902 ft|
|4||Changsha Ping An Fortune Center||211.2 m / 693 ft|
|5||Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Tower||208.5 m / 684 ft|
|6||Nobu Hotel and Residences Da Nang||187.1 m / 614 ft|
|7||Wuhan Optics Valley Innovation Tiandi, Plot B8-9||158.9 m / 521 ft|
|8||Guohua Financial Center North Tower||155.8 m / 511 ft|
|9||Guohua Financial Center South Tower||109.9 m / 360 ft|
|10||FASHION. VANKE CENTER||106.2 m / 348 ft|
|1||Tianfu Center Headquarters Tower||Chengdu||-||
396 m / 1,299 ft
|82||Hotel / Office|
|2||China Merchants Prince Bay Tower||Shenzhen||2028||
374 m / 1,227 ft
|59||Hotel / Office|
|3||Nanchang Ping An Financial Center||Nanchang||-||
373 m / 1,224 ft
|72||Hotel / Office|
|4||OCT Wuhan Tower||Wuhan||-||
275 m / 902 ft
|55||Hotel / Office|
|5||Changsha Ping An Fortune Center||Changsha||2022||
211 m / 693 ft
|49||Residential / Office|
|6||Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Tower||Shenzhen||2022||
209 m / 684 ft
|7||Nobu Hotel and Residences Da Nang||Da Nang||-||
187 m / 614 ft
|8||Wuhan Optics Valley Innovation Tiandi, Plot B8-9||Wuhan||-||
159 m / 521 ft
|9||Guohua Financial Center North Tower||Shanghai||-||
156 m / 511 ft
|10||Guohua Financial Center South Tower||Shanghai||-||
110 m / 360 ft
|21||Office / Retail|
|11||FASHION. VANKE CENTER||Beijing||2021||
106 m / 348 ft
10 June 2020
CTBUH hosted its second in a series of digital events about adapting the urban realm to a post-pandemic world. During this panel discussion, top experts share their perspective on the smart solutions they see consistently generating value and how they will help bring the workforce back to a safe and productive environment. This panel discussion was moderated by past CTBUH Chairman David Malott, Founder & CEO, AI.
21 October 2018
The CTBUH Board of Trustees met for the second time in 2018, just prior to the 2018 Middle East Conference, to undertake high level discussions on the Council's future.
20 October 2018
The CTBUH Smart Technology Working Group held its first meeting at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference, with the goal of producing a document on smart technologies for tall buildings.
22–24 March 2018
The CTBUH Trustees from Chicago, New York, London, Mumbai, and Hong Kong gathered to attend the main annual Trustees meeting.
14 December 2017
The New York Chapter held their 2017 Holiday Party, hosted by Woods Bagot. Attendees mingled, enjoyed refreshments, and celebrated a successful year.
17 November 2017
CTBUH China and Shanghai Young Professionals Committee (YPC) co-hosted a symposium on “Gains and Losses in Tall Building Design Competitions.”