Bertram joined MdeAS in 2004, quickly established himself an expert in rendering and digital visualization. Leading the studio in technical design, he oversees the design process as project architect, upholding the MdeAS standard of quality and innovation.

Bertram’s knowledge in curtainwall design, detailing and construction has been instrumental in the completion of two major curtainwall projects: 330 Madison Avenue, a full building re-clad, and 510 Madison Avenue, a ground-up 30-story tower. His understanding of structural detail is apparent in the seamless design of his work.

Bertram has effectively managed projects in both Europe and the United States, collaborating with clients and consultants to deliver projects on time. His repertoire includes plazas, storefronts and lobbies, most recently completing the lobby entry, retail atrium and exterior retail storefronts of Kaufmannshaus in Hamburg, Germany and the new storefront and lobby entrance at 400 Park Avenue, New York, New York.

Education

University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, M. Arch.

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