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貝聿銘 I. M. Pei

Posted by urbandweller August 31, 2008 in the Group General Discussion .

Tags: architecture, engineering, buildings, chinese architect

Ieoh Ming Pei () (b. April 26, 1917), commonly known by his initials I. M. Pei, is a Pritzker Prize-winning Chinese-born American architect, known as the last master of high modernist architecture. He works with the abstract form, using stone, concrete, glass, and steel. Pei is perhaps one of the most successful Asian architects of the 20th century, with his works built all over the world.

1989 — Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong

1989 Louvre Pyramid, Paris France

1995 — Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in Cleveland, Ohio

1990 — The Gateway, Singapore














1963 Luce Memorial Chapel, Taichung, Taiwan.


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