Bertram Beissel

Ateliers Jean Nouvel | New York City, United States

About

Bertram joined Ateliers Jean Nouvel in 1998 and became a partner in 2002. He directed a variety of European and international projects, including 53 West 53rd Street in Manhattan and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Both of these projects are featured in the selected works of the Pritzker Prize, which was awarded to Jean Nouvel in 2008. Bertram recently completed the design and construction of One Central Park Towers in Sydney, Australia. This project achieved the highest Green Star rating and takes a unique approach to urban solar power and organic shading. Currently, Bertram is AJN’s US Project Director and is overseeing the construction of the 53 West 53rd Street residential tower until its planned completion in 2018.

CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (New York 2015)

Awards Symposium, Speaker (2014)

CTBUH Initiatives

Skin New York

Skin New York

27 August 2015

Skin NY

Skin NY

27 August 2015

Facades+ New York City

Facades+ New York City

16–17 April 2015

Videos

06 November 2014

2014 Awards - Session 3 Q&A

Thursday, 6th November 2014 Chicago, USA. Leslie Shepherd, Chief Architect, General Services Administration, James Cutler, Founding Partner, Cutler Anderson Architects, Michael Goldrick, Project Management Director,...

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Videos

06 November 2014

Best Tall Building Asia & Australasia: Tall, Green, and Generous: One Central Park

One Central Park (OCP) is an innovative and environmentally ambitious landmark project within the redevelopment of the Carlton & United Brewery site near Central Station...

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Research

06 November 2014

Case Study: One Central Park, Sydney

Jean Nouvel & Bertram Beissel, Ateliers Jean Nouvel

One Central Park was developed as a response to growing demand for residential accommodation in downtown Sydney. Its developers and designers used the opportunity to...

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