Richard A. (Rick) Cook is a founding partner at Cook+Fox Architects. He is best known for designing ecologically friendly buildings, including the Bank of America Tower in New York. His firm has been awarded three Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum certificates.

Previously, Cook was a founding partner and architect at Richard Cook & Associates. He has appeared on PBS, NPR, and the National Geographic Channel, and spoken at the United Nations, Greenbuild, Wired NextFest, and other forums on sustainable design.

Last Updated: September 4, 2017