One Jackson Square in New York City. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, PC. Winner of the 2011 Institute Honor Award for Architecture. Project description: "This 35-unit luxury residential building, located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village is home to the highest concentration of early architecture in New York City. The building volume steps down from 11 stories to seven stories, from north to south, accommodating the zoning laws and mediating the varied scales of the surrounding neighborhood. Undulating bands of glass identify individual floors, creating a ribbon-like series of convexities and concavities along the street wall."