Mandarin of Modernism Cover

I.M. Pei — Mandarin of Modernism

Clarkson-Potter, 1995

"[I.M. Pei - Mandarin of Modernism]...describes the actual business of architecture...thoroughly and engagingly. This book provides a clearer description of how large commercial buildings get designed and built than any other I have read." —The Washington Post
"A Rustic Hampton Haven"
Architectural DigestNovember 2011
"A Modern Villa in Brazil"
Architectural DigestOctober 2011
"Design for a Recessionary Moment: The Undecorate Movement"
The New York TimesApril 2, 2011
"Recession Style Watch: Introducing Industrial Rustic"
Fast CompanyJanuary 20, 2010
"Will the New Suburbia Omit Cul-de-Sacs?"
Fast CompanyMarch 10, 2009
"Would You Live in a Shipping Container?"
Fast CompanyMarch 5, 2009
"Design Loves a Depression"
The New York TimesJanuary 3, 2009
"A Spanish-Modern Mashup in Los Angeles"
The New York TimesJune 26, 2008
"Thoroughly Modern but Downright Neighborly"
The New York TimesJune 29, 2006


"Danger is Still Our Middle Name"
The New York TimesOctober 11, 2011
"The Flight of the Millibar Messenger"
OutsideJune 2011
"Endless Summer It's Not"
Sports IllustratedDecember 29, 1997
"Who Found The Big Nail?"
Sports IllustratedNovember 13, 1995
"Woodstock On Wheels"
Sports IllustratedOctober 30, 1995
"Chairman of the Longboard"
Sports IllustratedSeptember 18, 1995
"Conquering The Solar System"
Sports IllustratedAugust 21, 1995
The New YorkerMarch 12, 1990