Bertram Architects

(323) 644-1174

Business Description
Bertram Architects was founded in 1999 and over the past twelve years has become known for excellence in contemporary design as well as for the sensitive restoration and expansion of significant mid-century homes by architects such as Richard Neutra. The studio’s work has been published in Metropolis, The Robb Report, Architecture, Architectural Digest - France, Casa Vogue, Celeb Life, Restoration Style and The Los Angeles Times.

John Bertram, Principal, received his Master of Architecture degree from Yale School of Architecture in 1994, where he was the recipient of the Gertraud A. Wood Traveling Fellowship, the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Certificate for Excellence in the Scholarly Pursuit of Architecture, and the American Institute of Architects Scholarship for Academic Excellence. In 1997 he joined Marmol Radziner as Project Architect/Project Manager on the extensive restoration and remodeling of Richard Neutra's 1955 Brown House in Bel Air. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, he worked with architects Thomas Shafer in Chicago and Will Bruder in Phoenix. California Architect License #C29063

Eliot Mitchell received his Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), graduating with distinction in 2004. Eliot has worked at architectural firms in Boston (Stubbins Associates, Graham/Meus Inc.) and Los Angeles (StudioWorks, Morphosis, and Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design) performing a variety of roles on various project types. Eliot joined Bertram Architects in the spring of 2004 and now serves as Project Architect and Manager. California Architect License #C33410
Los Angeles, CA US 
673 N. Berendo St.
Los Angeles, CA 90004 
(323) 644-1173 
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