Pei Partnership Architects

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Pei Partnership Architects LLP
Type Partnership
Industry Architecture
Area served International
Key people Chien Chung Pei and Li Chung Pei
Services Architecture, Interior Design, Sustainable Design and Urban Design & Planning
Owners Chien Chung Pei and Li Chung Pei
Employees 30 persons

Pei Partnership Architects is an architecture firm founded in 1992 by Chien Chung Pei and Li Chung Pei, sons of I. M. Pei and for many years members of his firm, I.M. Pei & Partners. The 30-person firm is led by two Partners, three Principals, two Senior Associates and three Associates. Headquartered in New York City with a representative office in Beijing, China, the practice is engaged in a spectrum of building types and has received numerous awards.[1]



  • Forum Cultural Guanajuato Masterplan, León, Mexico (completed 2003)
  • Jian Fu Palace Garden, Beijing, China (completed 2005)[3]
  • Guanajuato State Library,[4] León, Mexico (completed 2006)
  • Suzhou Museum,[5] Suzhou, China (completed 2006)
  • Macao Science Center,[6] Macao (completed 2009)
  • City of Dreams 'Dancing Water Theatre', Macao (completed 2010)
  • U.S. National Slavery Museum, Fredericksburg, VA
  • Instituto São Fernando, São Fernando, Brazil

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