This tower, the winner of a Lumen Award of Merit and an Architectural Lighting Magazine Commendable Achievement Award, is a monumental glass volume chiseled on the diagonal to create a bold V-shaped form and a translucent, triangular top. Our most difficult task was to evenly illuminate, with complete color and brightness consistency, a surface that transitions from a large sloped plane covering mechanical areas to slender lines that needed to be illuminated from within tenant spaces. By carefully coordinating different sources and wattages appropriate for each architectural space, the lighting design accommodates the change in scale and material from one glass surface to another. The seamless result belies these very complex challenges. A welcoming, bright main entry and canopy sequence recalls the built tower form that dominates the skyline, with the lighting integrated into the architecture highlighting those forms. The entry's brightly lit awning enlivens the streetscape and guides visitors to the off-street tower entrance.