I.M. Pei’s notable New York City buildings, mapped

I.M. Pei’s iconic Silver Towers in Greenwich Village.

The Pritzker Prize-winning architect has left an indelible mark
throughout NYC

Late-breaking news this Thursday evening: I.M. Pei, the Pritzker
Prize-winning Chinese-American architect, has
died at the age of 102
. Marc Diamond, director of
communications at Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, has confirmed his
passing.

Pei, when he won architecture’s most prestigious award in
1983, was praised by the Pritzker Prize committee for work that
“can be characterized by its faith in modernism, humanized by its
subtlety, lyricism, and beauty.” That is certainly true of his
works in New York City, which vary greatly—from an innovative
Brooklyn street to a
Brutalist superblock in Greenwich Village
to a
gone-forever airline terminal
—while all highlighting Pei’s
quest to create elegant, light-filled spaces.

To commemorate his prestigious career, take a look at the work
he’s done across New York City. While his firm, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, has
completed dozens of projects, Pei himself was the principal
designer on just a handful, which we’ve gathered here.

Source: FS – NYC Real Estate
I.M. Pei’s notable New York City buildings, mapped