Bob Fox is one of New York City’s most highly respected leaders in the green building movement, and architect of the Bank of America Tower, the first skyscraper to seek LEED Platinum certification. An advisor to Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability, Mr. Fox has been honored with many awards, including a Leadership Award from the US Green Building Council, the New York City Council’s inaugural “Big Green Apple” Award, and the Urban Visionary Award from the Cooper Union. A founding partner of Fox & Fowle Architects, Mr. Fox guided that firm to a position of national leadership in the design of sustainable high-rise buildings, including the influential 4 Times Square/Condé Nast Headquarters. Mr. Fox led the team that created the original “Green Guidelines” for the Battery Park City Authority in Lower Manhattan, which will eventually result in five million SF of LEED Gold buildings. In 2003, Mr. Fox joined with Richard Cook to form Cook+Fox Architects, a firm devoted to creating beautiful, environmentally responsible high-performance buildings.