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WUSA9 17 May 19
Renowned architect died this week at the age of 102. Watch as we take a fly over some of his most famous buildings in D.C. and beyond:
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MIT Museum Aug 8
Student work by I.M. Pei and many more students, on view for two more weeks. "Drawing, Designing, Thinking: 150 Years of Teaching Architecture at MIT" closes on August 25.
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Rock Hall 17 May 19
Visitors across the world have enjoyed and been inspired by vision and the reality of our museum. In celebration of his impact and legacy tag us in your favorite shots with and our next mash-up will feature more fan pics 📷
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Architizer 17 May 19
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Kristie Lu Stout✌🏽 17 May 19
In 1978, I.M. Pei's East Building of the National Gallery of Art in DC altered people's perceptions of a museum. Here's my conversation with museum director about one of Pei's modernist masterpieces.
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AIA National Aug 12
"Stop worrying about missed opportunities and start looking for new ones." — I.M. Pei, FAIA
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World Architecture 19 May 19
The 12 most significant projects of I.M. Pei:
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Vogue.fr 17 May 19
Today Paris mourns the man behind one of its most loved monuments.
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ET Panache 16 May 19
In 1983, he was awarded the - considered to be architecture's Nobel.
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Archinect 18 May 19
The Words, Projects, Images and Thoughts of I.M. Pei
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Archinect 17 May 19
Looking back at some of I.M. Pei's building milestones on Archinect
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Global Times 17 May 19
The topic of Pei's death immediately soared to the top of the search list on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo social media platform with more than 240 million views as of press time on Friday. (Photos: VCG)
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The Denver Post 16 May 19
An iconic international architect, 's work also had a tremendous impact on Colorado:
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ASID 17 May 19
ASID celebrates the life and legacy of revered architect I. M. Pei, who passed away in his Manhattan home yesterday at the impressive age of 102. features six of the architect's masterpieces, including the iconic Louvre pyramid. -
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Brent Toderian 17 May 19
As I re-experience the 30-year old brilliant Louvre Pyramid through the wide eyes of my 4-year old little boy this trip, I get the news of the passing of its iconic architect . We should all be so fortunate to contribute something that will be so lasting.
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Bloomberg CityLab 19 May 19
"Pei’s inspired approach to combining old and new won Paris (and the world) over, and made his pyramid an enduring symbol of the city in its own right," writes of :
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ARCHITECT Magazine 19 May 19
I.M. Pei Dies at 102: The famed Chinese-American architect died on Thursday at his home in New York.
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Armin Ganguly 😷 17 May 19
102 “Life is architecture and architecture is the mirror of life.” Rest in Peace
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Archinect 17 May 19
The cover image of our first ever issue of ED was inspired by I.M. Pei's addition to the Louvre
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AIA National 3 Jul 19
" is the very mirror of life. You only have to cast your eyes on buildings to feel the presence of the past, the spirit of a place; they are the reflection of society." — I.M. Pei, FAIA
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