I.M. Pei’s designs grace museums and skyscrapers around the world
I.M. Pei, the Chinese-American architect who designed the Louvre museum's iconic glass pyramid and whose work spanned museums, skyscrapers, hotels, and symphonies around the world, died at the age of 102. His designs were often minimalist and were sometimes controversial. Plus, learn the English expression, "to cause a stir."