Andrew Cortese

Grimshaw Architects, Partner | Sydney, Australia

About

Andrew Cortese is joint managing partner of Grimshaw’s Australian offices. He specialises in urban and regional master planning at scales ranging from precincts to cities and the architecture of state significant projects which revolve around transport and infrastructure.

Andrew’s ongoing contribution to science and learning includes award winning laboratories at the University of New South Wales and the state’s first vertical high-school in Parramatta, a prototype for future-focused education facilities. Andrew’s other areas of expertise include mixed use, tall-buildings and cultural facilities, such as the precinct master plan for the Sydney Opera House renewal project.

CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Australia 2017)

Videos

21 November 2018

CTBUH Sydney Design Excellence: 210 George Street

For the final 2018 Design Excellence Series event, the CTBUH Australia Committee, along with event sponsors Poly Australia and annual sponsors Lendlease, hosted the largest...

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30 October 2017

Architecture for Pedagogy and Urban Intensification: Designing the Future

The integrated redevelopment of Arthur Phillip High School and Parramatta Public School is a landmark education project for the state of New South Wales and...

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30 October 2017

CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference - Session 4C: Vertical Schools Q&A

Monday 30 October, 2017. Sydney, Australia. Karen Wong, Associate Director, Bates Smart, chairs the question and answer session with Shu-Hsin Soong, Technical Director & Education...

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