List of I. M. Pei projects

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I.M. Pei is a Chinese-American architect known for his creative use of modernist architecture in combination with natural elements and open spaces. During his six decades of architectural work, he has designed some of the world's most recognizable buildings in countries around the world.

Project City Country Designed Completed Other Information Image
131 Ponce de Leon Avenue Atlanta, Georgia United States 1949[1] Under demolition/redevelopment as of February 2013 [2]
131 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta - I.M. Pei building.JPG
Roosevelt Field Mall Garden City, New York United States 1951 1956
Mile High Center and U.S. National Bank of Denver Denver, Colorado United States 1956
Erieview Plan Cleveland, Ohio USA 1960
Government Center Master Plan Boston, Massachusetts USA 1961
University Apartments Chicago, Illinois USA 1961
Kennedy Theatre, University of Hawaii [3] Honolulu, Hawaii USA 1962
Hale Manoa Dormitory, East West Center, University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii USA 1962
Kips Bay Plaza New York, New York USA 1963
Luce Memorial Chapel, Tunghai University Taichung Taiwan 1963
Society Hill Towers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[4] USA 1964
Green Building, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts USA 1964
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University Syracuse, New York USA 1964
Washington Plaza Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA 1964
The Century Towers Los Angeles, California USA 1965
University Village, New York University New York, NY USA 1966
Pei Residence Halls and Student Union at New College of Florida Sarasota, Florida USA 1967
National Center for Atmospheric Research Boulder, Colorado USA 1967
Sculpture Wing of the Des Moines Art Center Des Moines, Iowa[5] USA 1968
Southwest Washington Redevelopment Plan Washington, D.C. USA 1968
Everson Museum of Art Syracuse, New York[6] USA 1968
Cleo Rogers Memorial Library Columbus, Indiana USA 1963 1969
Bedford-Stuyvesant Superblock Plan Brooklyn, New York USA 1969
Dreyfus Chemistry Building, MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts USA 1970
Master Plan, Columbia University New York, New York USA 1970
Fifty FAA air traffic control towers in various locations throughout the US, such as O'Hare International Airport, Tampa International Airport, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, Columbia Metropolitan Airport (South Carolina), and Indianapolis International Airport (since demolished) USA 1970
Sundrome (National Airlines Terminal) at JFK Airport New York City USA 1970 Demolished in 2011
The Wilmington Tower, now the I. M. Pei Building Wilmington, Delaware [7] USA 1971
Paul Mellon Arts Center at Choate Rosemary Hall Wallingford, Connecticut USA 1972
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Commerce Court West Toronto, Ontario Canada 1973
Spelman Halls at Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey USA 1973
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University Ithaca, New York USA 1973
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Centre Downtown Core (Singapore) Singapore 1976
Ralph Landau Chemical Engineering Building, MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts USA 1976
Dallas City Hall Dallas, Texas USA 1977
East Building, National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C. [8] USA 1978 project web page
John F. Kennedy Library Boston, Massachusetts[9] USA 1979
West Wing, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts USA 1981
Indiana University Art Museum Bloomington, Indiana USA 1982
Sunning Plaza Causeway Bay, Hong Kong China 1982 Under demolition/redevelopment [10]
Texas Commerce Tower Houston, Texas USA 1982 (currently the JPMorgan Chase Tower; (3D/International cooperated with Pei on the design of this building). The nearby drive-in bank was Pei's first drive in bank project)
Fragrant Hill Hotel Beijing[11] China 1982
Wiesner Building - Center for the Arts and Media Technology, MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts USA 1984
IBM Corporate Headquarters, now MasterCard International Global Headquarters Purchase, New York USA 1984
Raffles City Civic District Singapore 1986
Miami World Trade Center (now Bank of America Tower) Miami, Florida USA 1987
Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong Admiralty, Hong Kong China 1989
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Dallas, Texas USA 1989
Carl C. Icahn Center for Science at Choate Rosemary Hall Wallingford, Connecticut USA 1989
Creative Artists Agency Headquarters Beverly Hills, California USA 1989
The_Gateway_(Singapore) Downtown Core Singapore 1990
Shinji Shumeikai Bell Tower Shiga Japan 1990
The Towers at Wildwood Plaza Atlanta, Georgia United States 1991 building homepage
The Kirklin Clinic of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System Birmingham, Alabama USA 1992
Four Seasons Hotel New York, New York USA 1993
Louvre Pyramid and La Pyramide Inversée, Louvre[12] Paris France 1993
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cleveland, Ohio USA 1995
Buck Institute for Research on Aging Novato, California USA 1996 The first stage of the Master Plan was completed in 1999
Miho Museum[13] Shiga Japan 1997
Republic of Korea Permanent Mission to the United Nations New York, New York USA 2000
Essensa Condominium (in association with Pei Partnership Architects and Matrix Design) Taguig City Philippines 2000
Bank of China Head Office Building (in association with Pei Partnership Architects) Beijing China 2001
Oare Pavilion Wiltshire England 2003
Zeughaus Wing at Deutsches Historisches Museum (German History Museum) Berlin Germany 2003
MUDAM-Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean Luxembourg City Luxembourg[14] 2006
Suzhou Museum New Wings Suzhou China 2006
Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the United States of America Washington, D.C. USA 2006 (in association with Pei Partnership Architects)
Museum of Islamic Art Doha Qatar 2008 The Museum of Islamic Art is reminiscent of the design of the National Assembly Building of Dhaka, Bangladesh by Louis Kahn; Pei has been known to admire this building's design. The Museum is connected to the mainland by three 215-foot-long bridges and the Chamesson limestone is lit from all perspectives.[15]
Macao Science Center (in association with Pei Partnership Architects) Cathedral Parish, Macau China 2009

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The Louvre Pyramid, Paris, designed by Pei.
The Fragrant Hill Hotel at Fragrant Hills, Beijing, designed by Pei.
1979—A white triangular tower rises beside a black glass building, with circular structures on either side. Pei considers the John F. Kennedy Library "the most important commission" in his life.[16]
2009—The Macao Science Center in Macau, designed by Pei Partnership Architects in association with I. M. Pei.
Place Ville-Marie in 1967.

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