Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
  • Sean Canady

About Sean Canady

Sean works on a wide variety of large-scale urban design and planning issues, and leads a wide variety complex design efforts that involve tall buildings, mixed-use development, city planning policy and urban open space. His work is particularly influenced by the integration of high-density urban residential projects into livable cities, built around transit, urban open space and a complex mix of uses. Sean is engaged in design work across North America, India and SE Asia.

CTBUH Involvement

  • City Secretary, Seattle (2018 – Present)
  • Past Roles:
  • Annual Conference, Presenter (Australia 2017)

Events/Initiatives Involving Sean Canady

Regional Representatives Meet at 2018 Middle East Conference

20 Oct 2018, Event Report – CTBUH Chapters, Regional Representatives, and Future Leaders Committees met during…

CTBUH 2017 Conference Delegates Attend Tall Timber Workshop

29 Oct 2017, Event Report – Delegates gathered in the offices of Arup in Sydney to participate in the Tall…

CTBUH Seattle Debates HALA’s Impact on Downtown Development

18 Apr 2017, Event Report – The annual CTBUH Seattle Spring Forum featured a panel discussion examining and…

Events/Initiatives Involving Sean Canady

Regional Representatives Meet at 2018 Middle East Conference
20 Oct 2018, Dubai – Event Report
CTBUH Chapters, Regional Representatives, and Future Leaders Committees met during the Middle East Conference for a discussion on the Council's regional growth and global initiatives.
CTBUH 2017 Conference Delegates Attend Tall Timber Workshop
29 Oct 2017, Sydney – Event Report
Delegates gathered in the offices of Arup in Sydney to participate in the Tall Timber Workshop, which included 14 presenters speaking on topics relevant to the tall timber industry.
CTBUH Seattle Debates HALA’s Impact on Downtown Development
18 Apr 2017, Seattle – Event Report
The annual CTBUH Seattle Spring Forum featured a panel discussion examining and interpreting the impact of Seattle’s "HALA" on future downtown development.