Commercial Observer recognizes SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener as one of the "power architects" reshaping New York City. It highlights SOM projects One World Trade Center, Manhattan West Development, 252 East 57th Street, and 28 Liberty (formerly One Chase Manhattan Plaza).
Architizer marks SOM's 80th anniversary with an interview that explores the firm's ongoing legacy of innovation. SOM Partners Roger Duffy, T.J. Gottesdiener, and Gary Haney share insights on the firm's origins, its evolution into a global architectural practice, and its ambitions for the future.
Engineering News-Record Southeast reports on All Aboard Florida's passenger rail system, the only privately-funded infrastructure project of its kind in the United States today. Three SOM-designed stations will be key portals within the 235-mile rail network.
At the annual CTBUH international conference, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff premiered "Engineering an Icon: How One World Trade Center Redefined Structural Engineering and Recreated an Icon for New York." In the video, SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener discusses the challenges of designing One World Trade Center.
On October 26 and 27, 2015, SOM leaders from New York, Chicago, and San Francisco will present at CTBUH 2015, the annual international conference of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. This year's conference will address a range of topics under the theme of "Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City."
The Commercial Observer interviews SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener about One World Trade Center and 7 World Trade Center, as well as the encompassing site. Gottesdiener discusses the process of designing the buildings, which have contributed to the revitalization of downtown Manhattan.
SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener was profiled in NY1’s "One on 1" series, a recurring segment that spotlights prolific New Yorkers. Gottesdiener chatted with host Budd Mishkin about his career path, his work on One World Trade Center, and what keeps him motivated as an architect,
The Commercial Observer recently spoke with SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener in the firm's New York office. Their in-depth profile sheds light on Gottesdiener’s key role on the nearly complete One World Trade Center and other large-scale projects around the world.
World-Architects recently visited SOM's New York office to tour the studios, speak with Partners Roger Duffy and T.J. Gottesdiener, and get a look at SOM projects underway around the globe.
SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener, will be among the presenters discussing how workplace design is a key factor in enticing and retaining the “best and the brightest," the future of the corner office, and whether there is a new definition of power in the workplace.