The New York Times – Born in Guangzhou, China, in 1917, I.M. Pei had a career in architecturethat spanned over 60 years. Mr. Pei, who moved to the United States to attend college and died Thursday at the age of 102, created several masterpieces of modern architecture that are known around the world. These now-iconic structures include the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Louvre Pyramid and the National Gallery of Art’s East Building. Here are some of the highlights of his megawatt architecture career. – read more