One Bryant Park / Bank of America

VE13-2M with custom silk-screen (V175)


One Bryant Park will become the second tallest building in New York City and one of the top 20 tallest buildings in the world. Its massing reflects a crystalline form, which tapers off at the top, and the entire building shines in the skyline of Manhattan. The precise folds and facets are very intriguing especially when the sun accents the building.

Sustainability is always a smart investment. The Bank of America building is part of One Bryant Park in Midtown, Manhattan, a 54-story, 2.1-million-square-foot office tower. It's the first skyscraper designed to achieve a LEED® Platinum rating and is billed as the greenest skyscraper in the country due to its many sustainable features including a floor-to-ceiling, high-performance glass curtain wall. The appealing design of this landmark building's faceted crystal form lets daylight reach the street, while capturing and refracting the changing angles of the sun.

Glass Type: VE13-2M
Glazing Contractor: Permasteelisa Cladding Technologies, Ltd.
Products: Insulating
Insulating Laminated

Product Application: Energy Control
Photographer: © Greg West

Architect: Cook + Fox Architects LLP
Adamson Associates Architects
Building Application: Office
General Contractor:
LEED Certification: LEED Platinum