Interactive Map of the Works of I.M. Pei

John F. Kennedy Library.
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In this documentary, in the form of an interactive Google Map, you can zoom in on the successes and worries of the award winning Chinese American architect, Ieoh Ming Pei, who Wikipedia calls the master of modern architecture. Stating, "Pei's style is described as thoroughly modernist, significant themes. He is known for combining traditional architectural elements with progressive designs based on simple geometric patterns."

Click here to speed up viewing this map, it will take you to the original Google Map, complete with legend.

Locations and coordinates were obtained from Wikipedia's web page on I. M. Pei.

Disclaimer: For six years (1996 -2002) I was the marketing communications manager for MechoShade Systems, a manufacturer and designer of shading systems applied by I.M. Pei's architectural firm, in the photo below, in its wide use use of glass window walls. Some of the projects included in this map used MechoShade products to balance efficient building management, personal comfort and productivity with bringing the outdoors indoors.

The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.
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Bank of China Tower.
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