Richard Cook On Sustainable Architecture

For this month’s installment of New Yorker Currents, Paul Goldberger, The New Yorker’s architecture critic, spoke with Richard Cook, a partner in Cook+Fox Architects and the designer of the new Bank of America Tower, a Manhattan skyscraper, completed earlier this year, that is the largest building to receive a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification, the highest standard set by the U.S. Green Building Council. Here they discuss sustainable architecture, the use of nature in design, and the debates over the LEED standard.

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Posted: August 22nd, 2010
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  1. As a professional Town Planner this is what a planned Blog/written article is all about, I simply Love the American Bank Tower due to the complexity and Architecture of design. Loved this article and thanks for sharing. Also loved your Space Hotels article 18.08.2011 Thanks.

    Town Planners

    16 Dec 11 at 7:23 pm


  2. This post is very interesting. Thanks for the analysis PBC architecture.

    paolo boscolo

    24 Jan 12 at 7:44 pm



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