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Ieoh Ming Pei
An exceptional Architect to remember. died at 102 years old
F.C. + PCF, May 18, 2019
Ieoh Ming Pei/Deutsches Historisches Museum_PCFP
Ieoh Ming Pei/Deutsches Historisches Museum_PCFP
 
Ieoh Ming Pei/Portrait_PCFP
Ieoh Ming Pei/Portrait_PCFP
 
In 1991, Mr. Pei received the Excellence 2000 Award and the Colbert Foundation's First Award for Excellence. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President George H. W. Bush (1993); the Medal of Arts by the National Endowment for the Arts (1994); the Jerusalem Prize for Arts & Letters by The Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design of Jerusalem (1994); and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal by the Municipal Art Society of New York City (1996). Of the many honors extended, Mr. Pei has accepted the Independent Award of Brown University (1997), the Edward MacDowell Medal of the MacDowell Colony (1998), and the American Philosophical Society's Thomas Jefferson Medal for distinguished achievement in the arts (2001). Most recently he was awarded the Henry C. Turner Prize for Innovation in Construction Technology awarded by the National Building Museum (2003); the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Smithsonian Institution's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (2003); and the Erwin Wickert Foundation Orient und Okzident Preis (2006). Now aged 92, IM Pei came to the final at the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar, whose inauguration took place last November 22. This is probably his last major achievement.

Ieoh Ming Pei/Louvre Pyramide, Paris_© www.jeanrond-photo.com
Ieoh Ming Pei/Louvre Pyramide, Paris_© www.jeanrond-photo.com
 
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