Recorded: February 2, 1995
Featuring Philip Johnson, I.M. Pei, and David Rockefeller, moderated by Jonathan Barnett
In February 1995, the Architectural League presented three panel discussions to mark the occasion of the publication of New York 1960: Architecture and Urbanism from the Second World War to the Bicentennial (Robert A.M. Stern,...
The GSD is proud to celebrate the 100th birthday of Ieoh Ming Pei, MArch ’46. Both I. M. and his wife Eileen Pei GSD ’44 studied at the GSD, as did their sons Chien Chung (Didi) Pei, MArch ’72, and Li Chung (Sandi) Pei, MArch ’76. Pei was also...
Grace La, moderator
Li Chung (Sandi) Pei
A two-part symposium examining the work and life of I. M. Pei from multiple vantage points. Organized by the Harvard GSD with M+, Hong Kong, and the Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong.
Ieoh Ming Pei is one of...
Panel 1 Participants:
Eric Höweler, moderator
Janet Adams Strong: “Continuity and Change: Fine-face Concrete in Physical Manifestation of I. M. Pei’s Approach to Architecture”
Annette Fierro: “Effective Depths: Transparent Domains”
Brett Schneider: “Early Tall Structures in Context”
Leslie Robertson: “Bank of China, Miho Museum and Bridge, and Other Projects”
A two-part symposium examining the work...
The 2010 Royal Gold Medallist, Chinese American I. M. Pei is 92 and preferred to be interviewed instead of giving the customary lecture. So architect David Adjaye, who nominated him, and the RIBAs Head of Awards, Tony Chapman, a former BBC TV producer, went to New York to make...