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Pei and refers
Pei refers to his own " analytical approach " when explaining the lack of a " Pei School ".
For example, Wunsu ( Strong Arm Dumping Form or Dragon Boy Dumping Form ) uses the tiger form, Anaku refers to a swallow pivoting on a beach, Empisho ( First Elbow Form ) refers to the flying swallow, and Go Pei Sho refers to a tearing peacock.

Pei and NCAR
As with NCAR, Pei combined elements of cubism and natural harmony when designing the dormitories at New College of Florida in the mid-1960s.

Pei and complex
While planning to retain Commerce Court North, the bank hired architect I. M. Pei to design a three-building complex.
Pei firm designed 2600 Grand office and Dan Kiley laid out the park in the south area of the complex.
In 1972, three other buildings were erected, thus creating the Commerce Court complex: glass and stainless steel glass curtain wall international Style Commerce Court West designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners ( the tallest building in the complex, at 57 storeys, and the tallest building in Canada from 1972 – 1976 ), Originally, Commerce Court West 57 was an observation floor.
The complex was designed by I. M. Pei in one of his earliest works in the city state.
Pei Yaoqing was said to be intelligent well-learned even in childhood, being able to read complex text when he was only a few years old.

Pei and building
Designed by I. M. Pei, the building is high with two masts reaching high.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I. M. Pei, the building is high with two masts reaching high.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity is housed in an 11-story structure originally built for The Christian Science Publishing Society constructed between 1932 and 1934, and the present plaza was constructed in the late 1960s and early 1970s to include a 28 story administration building, a colonnade, and a reflecting pool with fountain, designed by Araldo Cossutta of I. M. Pei and Partners ( now Pei Cobb Freed ).
Pei finally saw his architecture come to life in 1950, when he designed a corporate building for Gulf Oil in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jonsson, a co-founder of Texas Instruments, learned about Pei from his associate Cecil Howard Green, who had recruited the architect for MIT's Earth Sciences building.
Working with his associate Theodore Musho, Pei developed a design centered on a building with a top much wider than the bottom ; the facade leans at an angle of 34 degrees.
It was influenced by Le Corbusier's High Court building in Chandigarh, India ; Pei sought to use the significant overhang to unify building and plaza.
John Hancock Insurance chairman Robert Slater hired I. M. Pei & Partners to design a building that could overshadow the Prudential Tower, erected by their rival.
Mellon and Pei both expected large crowds of people to visit the new building, and they planned accordingly.
Lacking inspiration and unsure of how to approach the building, Pei took a weekend vacation to the family home in Katonah, New York.
The sponsors of the hall, however, sought Pei for specifically this reason ; they wanted the building to have an aura of respectability from the beginning.
Using a glass wall for the entrance, similar in appearance to his Louvre pyramid, Pei coated the exterior of the main building in white metal, and placed a large cylinder on a narrow perch to serve as a performance space.
The New York Times called it " a fine building ", but Pei was among those who felt disappointed with the results.
Pei was disappointed with the alterations, but remained involved in the building process even during construction.
Once again, Pei sought to combine new design elements with the classical aesthetic most appropriate for the location of the building.
Jobs found office space in Palo Alto on 3475 Deer Creek Road, occupying a glass and concrete building which featured a staircase designed by architect I. M. Pei.
At a point in the planning phase when a financing gap existed, a proposal was made for the Rock Hall to be located in the then-vacant May Company Building, but it was finally decided that architect I. M. Pei would be commissioned to design a new building.
Pei, and was opened to the public in 1990 as the tallest building of Hong Kong at that time.
The building was designed by Henry N. Cobb of the architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and cost $ 350 million to build.
Pei to design a new headquarters building at the corner of Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards in Beverly Hills.
The MIT Media Lab was founded by MIT Professor Nicholas Negroponte and former MIT President Jerome Wiesner and opened its doors in the Wiesner Building ( designed by I. M. Pei ) ( also known as the E15 building ) at MIT in 1985.
Pei was an ardent student of Chan and received teachings from Huángbò, eventually building a monastery for Huángbò around 846, which the master named Huang-po after the mountain where he had been a novice monk.

Pei and ",
In the words of his biographer, Pei has won " every award of any consequence in his art ", including the Arnold Brunner Award from the National Institute of Arts and Letters ( 1963 ), the Gold Medal for Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters ( 1979 ), the AIA Gold Medal ( 1979 ), the first Praemium Imperiale for Architecture from the Japan Art Association ( 1989 ), the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, and the 2010 Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
In the early stage of his rise to prominence, Liu Bang was addressed as " Duke of Pei ", with the " Pei " referring to his hometown of Pei County.
Various classes of vessels are known of under names such as " Flying Cloud " and " Green Dragon Warship ", and according to Pei Songzhi's annotations, a ship carrying 80 horses was considered to be small.
The film has a notable theme song " Xin Dong ", performed by Shino Lin Xiao Pei.
In recent years, Hsin Pei has reached new heights with his performances in the " Sounds of the Yellow River ", an album of Buddhist chanting recorded by the Fo Guang Shan monastic choir.

Pei and remained
However, Liu Bang's family, including Lü Zhi and her children, remained in Pei County, which was a territory of Xiang Yu's kingdom of Western Chu.

Pei and friends
Nevertheless, they became good friends and Pei found the experience personally enriching.
Liu Bang became known as the " Duke of Pei " and built his rebel army in Pei County, with Xiao He and his friends supporting him.

Pei and with
Pei spent ten years working with New York real estate magnate William Zeckendorf before establishing his own independent design firm that eventually became Pei Cobb Freed & Partners.
At the age of ten, Pei moved with his family to Shanghai after his father was promoted.
Le Corbusier visited MIT in, an occasion which powerfully affected Pei: " The two days with Le Corbusier, or ' Corbu ' as we used to call him, were probably the most important days in my architectural education.
Pei spent two and a half years with the NDRC, but has revealed few details.
Their iconoclastic focus on modern architecture appealed to Pei, and he worked closely with both men.
Soon Pei was so inundated with projects that he asked Zeckendorf for assistants, which he chose from his associates at the GSD, including Henry N. Cobb and Ulrich Franzen.
They took on the Kips Bay residential area on the east side of Manhattan, where Pei set up Kips Bay Towers, two large long towers of apartments with recessed windows ( to provide shade and privacy ) in a neat grid, adorned with rows of trees.
Pei also drew inspiration from the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples ; he wanted the buildings to exist in harmony with their natural surroundings.
" Ultimately, however, Kennedy made her choice based on her personal connection with Pei.
Although it was a difficult time for everyone involved, Pei later reflected with patience on the experience.
Pei took to the project with vigor, and set to work with two young architects he had recently recruited to the firm, William Pedersen and Yann Weymouth.
After surveying a number of different locations, Pei fell in love with a valley once used as an imperial garden and hunting preserve, known as Fragrant Hills.
The problems continued for months, until Pei had an uncharacteristically emotional moment during a meeting with Chinese officials.
A member of Pei's staff returned for a visit several years later and confirmed that it had become dilapidated, which he and Pei attributed to the country's general unfamiliarity with deluxe buildings.

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