The Grand Louvre
Meyerson Symphony Center
U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Museum, Washington, D.C.
John Hancock Tower
Bank of China Tower
National Gallery of Art, East Building, Washington, D.C.
Main Public Library
Jacob K. Javits Convention
Center, New York
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum,
Four Seasons Hotel
Los Angeles Convention Center
John F. Kennedy Library
United States Air Force
Memorial, Arlington, VA
United States Courthouse and Harborpark, Boston
Recently completed works include:
- 1155 F Street in Washington, D.C.Butler College Dormitories at Princeton UniversityThe Capital Group Companies, Orange County Campus in Irvine, CaliforniaCHASS Instruction and Research Facility,
University of California at RiversideFederal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
First International Bank of Israel in Tel Aviv
Fiterman Hall at Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
- Integrated Township at Tellapur, a master plan in Hyderabad, IndiaInpatient Facility, Greenberg Pavilion, NewYork-Presbyterian
Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical CenterInstitute for Critical Technology and Applied Science at Virginia TechJacobi Medical Center Phase II Modernizations in the Bronx, New YorkHerbert F. Johnson Art Museum Addition and Alteration, Cornell University
- Meudon Campus office complex in ParisVivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center, at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in New York CityNASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Headquarters in ParisPalazzo Lombardia, a regional government center in MilanRonald O. Perelman Heart Institute, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical CenterQueens Gateway to the Health Sciences Secondary School in New York City
Skysong: Scottsdale Center for New Technology and Innovation at Arizona State University
- Tapestry in New York CityTorre Espacio in Madrid
- Universidad Europea de Madrid (Phase I)
- Wadala Vision Plan for an area of Mumbai, IndiaWaterview office tower and hotel in Rosslyn,
Virginia WaveRock, an office complex in Hyderabad, India
- Zac Danton, an office complex in Paris
Among the firm's many works in progress are:
7 Bryant Park
, an office tower in New York City
- 650 Newport Center Drive in Newport Beach, California
- 880 West Broadway in San Diego, California
- 1000 Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C.
- China Europe International Business School, Expansion Campus in ShanghaiThe Ellipse 360 Tower, a residential tower in TaipeiLaw School and Residence Hall at Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus in New York City
Lodha Place, a mixed-use development in Central Mumbai, based on PCF&P's 2009 master plan
- New York City Public School 298Q
- James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center at Virginia Commonwealth University
- Soyak Krystal Kule, a corporate headquarters in Istanbul
- Supremus Office, a boutique office tower in Central Mumbai
- Tivoli Kanten (Tivoli Edge), a mixed-use project in Copenhagen
- Universidad Europea de Madrid (Phase II)
- World Crest, a luxury residential tower in Central Mumbai
- World One, a luxury residential tower in Central Mumbai
Honors and Awards
In 1968 the American Institute of Architects conferred on I. M. Pei &
Partners (as the firm was then called) its Architectural Firm Award, in recognition of "the eminently successful collaboration among the partners, associates and staff of this firm which has resulted in years of consistently distinguished design." In 1985 the firm received the Chicago Architecture Award in recognition of "significant contributions to architecture and to the design of urban environments." In 1992 Pei Cobb Freed & Partners received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the
New York Society of Architects, and in 2009 the firm received the Firm Award from the New York State AIA in recognition of "notable achievements in design, community service, education and service to the profession." Pei Cobb Freed & Partners is recognized as a Top Green Design Firm by McGraw-Hill's New York Construction magazine.
In addition to these awards for the totality of its practice, individual projects designed by the firm have received over 200 major design awards,
including 24 National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects. The AIA Twenty-Five Year Award has been conferred upon the East Building of the National Gallery of Art, (awarded 2004), and the John Hancock Tower (2011).
The firm's partners are Henry N. Cobb, Michael D. Flynn, George H. Miller, Ian Bader, Yvonne Szeto, Jay L. Berman, Michael W. Bischoff and José Bruguera. The
partners are assisted by a staff of 80, more than a third of whom are registered architects. Three partners and a third of the technical staff are LEED-accredited professionals.
The partners and their colleagues approach every building project on its own terms, drawing inspiration less from formal or theoretical preconceptions than from particularities of place and program. This approach stems from the conviction that successful environments of lasting value can be achieved only when
individual building projects reflect a concern for the specific physical and cultural contexts in which they occur. Although the firm's practice over the past five decades has been exceptionally diverse in terms of building type and setting, a central theme consistently evident in its built works is the conception of architecture as an art of place making — an art embodying above all else a concern for the quality of public space and public life.