One World Trade Center


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高度:使用楼层
413 m / 1,355 ft
 
高度:建筑
417 m / 1,368 ft
 
One World Trade Center Outline
  高度:顶尖
526.7 m / 1,728 ft
地面以上层数
110
电梯数量
99
电梯最快速度
8 m/s

指标

官方名称 One World Trade Center
综合体名称 World Trade Center
其它名称 World Trade Center North Tower
结构类型 建筑
状态 拆除
国家 美国
城市 纽约
街道地址 & 地图 1 World Trade Center
邮编 10048
建筑功能 办公
结构材料 钢筋
建设开始 1966
完工 1972
拆除 2001

参与公司

开发商 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
建筑师
设计 Minoru Yamasaki Associates; Emery Roth & Sons
结构工程师
设计 Leslie E. Robertson Associates
总承包商 Tishman Construction

CTBUH 活动

世界贸易中心:世茂中心办公大楼参观
2015/10/28 – Tour Report

世界贸易中心:都市参观
2015/10/28 – Tour Report

CTBUH Israel Plays Key Role at Building Center Summit
2014/11/17-20 – Event

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世界贸易中心:世茂中心办公大楼参观
2015/10/28, 纽约 – Tour 报
2015年CTBUH的代表们参观了世界贸易中心办公大楼,是美国现在最高的建筑。
世界贸易中心:都市参观
2015/10/28, 纽约 – Tour 报
CTBUH2015年的代表们参观了纽约公园广场30号,该地位于纽约下城区,有四季酒店和私人公寓。
CTBUH Israel Plays Key Role at Building Center Summit
2014/11/17-20, Eilat – Event
The CTBUH Israel Chapter was a major presence at the annual Building Center Summit, in Eilat City, drawing over 2,000 people.
9/11 – Ten Years on: CTBUH Reflections
2011/09/06, 芝加哥 – CTBUH Publication
In the week that we mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 events and the collapse of the World Trade Center towers CTBUH reflected on the impact on tall buildings.
高度:测量高层建筑的历史
2009/12, 芝加哥 – CTBUH News
文章介绍了学会一些长期的、复杂的测量高层建筑的历史事件。

视频

纤细非凡的建筑:纽约、香港等地的云端生活
2016/10/20 – 城市到巨型城市:构建垂直城市主义

“结构与岩土工程”问答
2016/10/17 – William O'Donnell, DeSimone Consulting Engineers; Dennis Poon, Thornton Tomasetti结构事务所;SawTeen Seen, Leslie E. Robertson Associates结构事务所

From New York to Busan: Reflecting Culture in Urban Design
2015/10/27 – Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind

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纤细非凡的建筑:纽约、香港等地的云端生活
2016/10/20 – CTBUH 2016; 城市到巨型城市:构建垂直城市主义; 摩天大楼博物馆,卡罗尔•威利斯
本文侧重研究一种21世纪的新式高层建筑类型超高层纤细型住宅塔楼,并分析了促使形成该种住宅类型的经济、工程及城市规划动因。高耸又纤细的“铅笔式塔楼”曾经只出现于纽约和香港,现在却不断涌现于一些城市,如迪拜、墨尔本、布里斯班、多伦多和孟买。超纤细建筑包含的范围很广,一般该类建筑的高宽比为10或更大,近年来还有的达到了23。…
“结构与岩土工程”问答
2016/10/17 – CTBUH 2016; William O'Donnell, DeSimone Consulting Engineers; Dennis Poon, Thornton Tomasetti结构事务所;SawTeen Seen, Leslie E. Robertson Associates结构事务所
2016年10月17日星期一,中国深圳,DeSimone Consulting Engineers的William O'Donnell、Thornton Tomasetti结构事务所的Dennis Poon、Leslie E. Robertson Associates结构事务所的SawTeen Seen在2016年中国会议 “…
From New York to Busan: Reflecting Culture in Urban Design
2015/10/27 – CTBUH 2015; Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind
Overpopulation, climate change, aging infrastructure: the threats facing tomorrow’s cities are, in many ways, design problems. The challenges of today’s world have to be…
采访:Rafael Viñoly
2015/10/26 – Rafael Viñoly,Rafael Viñoly建筑事务所
来自Rafael Viñoly建筑事务所的Rafael Viñoly在2015年CTBUH纽约会议过程中,于纽约Grand Hyatt酒店接受了来自Chris Bentley的采访。Rafael就应当如何设计与开发未来摩天大楼这一问题进行了讨论…

视频库内浏览关于学会活动的大量其它视频,内容包括国际会议和著名高层建筑专业人士的采访。

研究论文

World’s Biggest (Tall) Buildings
2019/10 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back

迈向一英里高建筑的结构体系发展
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纤细非凡的建筑:纽约、香港等地的云端生活
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World’s Biggest (Tall) Buildings
2019/10 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back; Carol Willis, The Skyscraper Museum
In both professional circles and in the public eye, the subject of the World’s Tallest Building (WTB) has held the spotlight for more than a century. After the title of…
迈向一英里高建筑的结构体系发展
2018/09/01 – 国际高层建筑期刊第7卷第3期; Kyoung Sun Moon, 耶鲁大学建筑学院
从19世纪末期约40米高的办公大楼开始,今日的高楼已经发展成为800米以上的混合使用摩天大楼。由此看来,一英里高的大楼也将很快不再是梦想。结构体系一直是高层建筑极速发展的最基础的技术之一。本文介绍了自上世纪30年代初超高层建筑出现以来,世界不同时期的高层建筑所采用的结构体系。此外,对当今500米以上超高层建筑的结构体系进行评述,…
纤细非凡的建筑:纽约、香港等地的云端生活
2016/10/17 – 城市到巨型城市:构建垂直城市主义; 摩天大楼博物馆,卡罗尔•威利斯
本文侧重研究一种21世纪的新式高层建筑类型超高层纤细型住宅塔楼,并分析了促使形成该种住宅类型的经济、工程及城市规划动因。高耸又纤细的“铅笔式塔楼”曾经只出现于纽约和香港,现在却不断涌现于一些城市,如迪拜、墨尔本、布里斯班、多伦多和孟买。超纤细建筑包含的范围很广,一般该类建筑的高宽比为10或更大,近年来还有的达到了23。…
The Global Impact of 9/11
2011/09 – CTBUH Journal, 2011 Issue III; Leader Interviews by Jan Klerks, CTBUH
Just as many Americans still remember exactly where they were when they heard the news that US president John F. Kennedy had been shot, most people will likely remember…
Trends, Drivers and Challenges in Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
2008/09 – 17th Congress of IABSE Chicago 2008; Antony Wood, CTBUH
This paper outlines the major influences on tall building design in the early stages of the 21st Century. At this unprecedented time in terms of the scale and number of…
高层建筑数据统计:世界最高建筑:过去、现在与未来
2008/06 – CTBUH国际期刊 2008年第2期; CTBUH研究
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Bridging the gap: An analysis of proposed evacuation links at height in the World Trade Centre design competition entries
2005/10 – CTBUH New York 7th World Congress 2005; Antony Wood & Philip Oldfield, University of Nottingham
This paper analyses the skybridge links of the numerous re-design proposals for the World Trade Centre Towers, with the aim of establishing their advantages and how they…
Bridging the Gap: Proposed Evacuation Links at Height in the World Trade Center Design Entries
2005/10 – CTBUH 2005 7th World Congress, New York; Antony Wood & Philip Oldfield, University of Nottingham
This paper proposes to analyse in detail the skybridge links of the WTC replacement designs – impact on evacuation, structure, façade, tower operation etc – with the aim…
Tall Building Emergency Evacuation: “Time To Think Differently”
2005/10 – CTBUH 2005 New York Conference; Dr. Jonathan (Yoni) Shimshoni, Escape Rescue Systems
This paper presents developments in the area of high-rise building emergency evacuation solutions, especially in three categories: Platform Devices; Chute Devices; and…
A Study on the Collapse Control Design Method for High-rise Steel Buildings
2004/10 – CTBUH 2004 Seoul Conference; Akira Wada, Tokyo Institute of Tech.; Kenichi Ohi, Kobe University; Hiroaki Suzuki, University of Tsukuba et al.
This paper presents a new collapse control design method for high-rise steel building structures. The method presented here to prevent progressive collapse until the…
Building and Fire Safety: Responding to the World Trade Center Disaster
2004/10 – CTBUH 2004 Seoul Conference; S. Shyam Sunder, National Insitute of Standards and Technology
In response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) initiated a formal federal building and fire safety…
What Could be the Correct Design Focus for the Supertall Buildings?
2004/10 – CTBUH 2004 Seoul Conference; Stephan S. Huh, Parker Durrant International
This paper is about the correct design focus/design approach for future tall buildings. Our quick answer to this question is “safety, safety, safety” because of the fear…
WTC Towers: Innovative Design Features and Structural Modeling
2004/10 – CTBUH 2004 Seoul Conference; H. S. Lew & Fahim Sadek, National Institute of Standards and Technology
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is undertaking the federal building and fire safety investigation of the World Trade Center (WTC) disaster.
"Pavements in the Sky": Use of the Skybridge in Tall Buildings
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Antony Wood, University of Nottingham
Improved safety in tall buildings has become a major issue. The high level ‘skybridge’ – an old idea – is one solution which could be applied to both new and existing…
A Study on the Redundancy of High-Rise Steel Buildings Due to the Effect of Induced Heat and Loss of Vertical Structural Members
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; A. Wada, Tokyo Insitute of Technology; K. Ohi, University of Tokyo; H. Suzuki, Tsukuba University; et al.
This paper presents a theoretical investigation of the redundancy capacity of steel frames due to heat induced by fire and loss of column due to impacts from explosions…
Analysis of Simultaneous Evacuation of the World Trade Center
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Yoshikatsu Yoshida, Takenaka Corporation
The studies described herein examined the evacuation during the World Trade Center in New York in an attempt to seek measure for life safety design in future tall…
Evacuation Design Strategy for High-Rise Buildings
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Tomoharu Sano & Ichiro Hagiwara, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management; Atsuko Tanaka, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology
This paper studies the data on human behavior that was collected and analyzed from reports of mass media and interviews from survivors of the World Trade Center which…
Evacuation of the World Trade Center: What Went Right?
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Guylène Proulx, National Research Council Canada; Rita F. Fahy, National Fire Protection Association
The evacuation of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 was not the first evacuation of the 100-storey high towers. Partial and full evacuations had taken place on…
Integrated Design of Safe Skyscrapers: Problems, Challenges and Prospects
2003/10 – CIB / CTBUH Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Mir M. Ali, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center (WTC) resulting in the collapse of the two major icons of New York City has been a world-shaking event. This paper…
Role of Fire Resistance Issues in the Collapse of the Twin Towers
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Venkatesh Kodur, National Research Council
This paper covers the twin towers of the World Trade Centre and how it suffered significant damage from the impact of the planes, however they withstood the impact. The…
Structural Investigation of the New York World Trade Center Collapse
2003/10 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Gene Corley, CTL Group
This paper presents some findings of the FEMA- and SEA/AISA – sponsored investigation into the structural performance of New York’s Trade center following the attacks of…
Educating the Public of Safety in Tall Buildings
2003/05 – CTBUH Journal, Spring 2003; Jeffery E. Harper, RJA
Since the terrorist attacks on September 11 to the twin towers of the World Trade Center, many questions have been asked, by both building designers and the general…
Emergency Evacuation Core Proposal: 25 May 2002
2003/05 – CTBUH Journal, Spring 2003; Jeffrey Heller, Heller Manus Architects
This proposal for an enhanced emergency core was inspired by the images of the courageous firefighters climbing the stairs of the World Trade Center against the torrent…
Engineering Systems an Incremental Response to Terrorist Threat
2003/05 – CTBUH Journal, Spring 2003; Norman D. Kurtz & Andrew Hlushko, Flack + Kurtz Inc; Dan Nall, Director of Advanced Building Sciences
The design approach of a new building, or safety assessment of an existing one, must look at the overall performance of the integrated building systems. The performance…
What Does September 11th Mean for Building Structure Design
2003/05 – CTBUH Journal, Spring 2003; Jon Magnusson, MKA
The horrible events of September 11th have aroused many emotions and created many questions in the minds of the public, the media, political leaders, and design…
Where Do We Go From Here? - In the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attacks
2003/05 – CTBUH Journal, Spring 2003; Ron Klemencic, MKA
Ron Klemencic writes on the 9/11 attacks and the problem architects, engineers, planners and building officials face as problem solvers.

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