1917 (Cantón, China). He is an american architect born in China.
1917-2019 Ieoh Ming Pei, Pritzker Prize 1983 and one of the most important architects of the second half of the 20th century, passed away on 16 May. He was 102 years old. Born into an aristocratic family of Canton, and raised in Hong Kong and Shangha
I received news of Ieoh Ming Pei’s passing yesterday with great sadness. For me, he was an inspiration and a true master of monumental modernism. He was deeply influenced by the great architects of the early 20th century – particularly Gropius and Br
The World Congress that the International Union of Architects (UIA) recently held in the city of Durban centered on the role of architecture in the African continent, but was marked by this year’s recipient of the institution’s Gold Medal, the almost
Ieoh Ming Pei The China-born North American architect Ieoh Ming Pei has received the 2010 RIBA Gold Medal. Born in Canton in 1917, at 18 he moved to the United States, where he studied architecture at the MIT and then joined Harvard’s GSD, shortly be
El arquitecto americano de origen chino Ieoh Ming Pei (Cantón, 1917) ha obtenido la Medalla de Oro del RIBA 2010, que otorga anualmente la institución británica desde 1948. Tras titularse en arquitectura en Harvard, Pei ganó el encargo de la bibliot
Allí estaba Ieoh Ming Pei, un poco más encorvado que anteriormente, pero apenas; un poco más lento, con su bastón como el cetro de un anciano sabio, el rostro moteado, siempre con la sonrisa burlona de un hombre que mira a los demás con condescendenc