Bryan Kramer is a Design Principal at Coen + Partners.  He received his Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees from the University of Minnesota.  Bryan’s work experience is focused on project visioning, conceptual design, and design development for residential, cultural, and institutional projects in the United States and abroad. His work encompasses the design and management of projects from the conceptual design phase through construction documentation and project implementation phases.


With Coen + Partners, Bryan has been the lead designer for key projects within the firm, including the P/A Award-winning Mayo Plan #1, Minneapolis Central Library, Lavin Bernick Center at Tulane University, Systems Biology Courtyard at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and the Depot Hill Equestrian Community in upstate New York, and competition entries for Gwanggyo Pier Lakeside Park in Suwon, South Korea and The Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design building at the University of Toronto.  His work has also been integral in the design of numerous residential landscapes in California, Minnesota, and New York.


From 2005 to 2009, Bryan led Coen + Partners’ New York City office.  On the east coast, he designed and managed several residential master planning projects in the Hamptons and Hudson River Valley, green roof projects in lower Manhattan and New Jersey, and a high profile landscape master planning and visioning study for a neighborhood between the World Trade Center and Battery Park.