I.M. Pei, the world-renowned architect known for his iconic structures such as the Louvre Pyramid, has died at the age of 102.
Pei also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1993. Among his works include the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the JFK Library in Boston, designed in the 1970s, as well as buildings like the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong in the 1980s and the Four Seasons Hotel in Manhattan in the 1990s.
He immigrated to the United States from China in 1917, where he studied architecture, graduating from MIT and Harvard.