Jeffrey Heller

Heller Manus Architects, Founding Principal | San Francisco, United States

About

Jeffrey Heller, FAIA is president Heller Manus Architects. He founded the firm in 1984. Heller Manus Architects’ work is based in the US and Asia. Jeffrey’s experience covers a broad range of professional endeavors. He is a leader in the profession and the green movement with some of the first sustainable architecture and urban planning projects in the US and China. He is partner-in-charge of the first LEED Gold office towers in the sister cities of San Francisco and Shanghai, the first LEED Platinum neighborhood development master plan, and sustainable/livable master plans in China. His work in China often now involves land use regarding high speed rail and other transit-based principles.

Jeffrey serves on several boards, including the Bay Area Council, Asia Society, Green Growth Leaders’ Council (based in Copenhagen), CTBUH Leadership, China-SF Advisory Board, ULI Leadership Council,…

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CTBUH Roles

Expert Peer Review Committee (2014)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014)

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Shenzhen 2019)

Videos

18 September 2014

A LEED Platinum Global Model for Vertical Urbanism

Every key aspect of sustainable urbanism is incorporated and integrated into the tallest mixed use, LEED Platinum tower on the west coast of North America,...

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Research

16 September 2014

A LEED Platinum Global Model for Vertical Urbanism

Jeffrey Heller, Heller Manus Architects

Every key aspect of sustainable urbanism is incorporated and integrated into the tallest mixed use, LEED Platinum tower on the west coast of North America,...

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Research

19 September 2012

A New Approach to Green Urban Development in Asia

Jeffrey Heller, Heller Manus Architects

Development in China has presented an opportunity for a new paradigm in the creation of large-scale, low-carbon /carbon-neutral high-rise, mixed-use urban centers. Two projects, one...

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