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  • I.M. Pei to Receive RIBA Royal Gold Medal

    I.M. Pei has been named by the Royal Institute of British Architects as the recipient of the Royal Gold Medal, which is awarded for lifetime achievement in architecture.

  • New News is Good News

    When I.M. Pei designed the first building for Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in 1963, media was a different thing altogether. Primary outlets included Time magazine, which cost 30 cents, and CBS, where Walter Cronkite