Alumnus Encounters I.M. Pei

I.M. Pei, lengenday architect, founder of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and creator of the famed pyramid at the Louvre museum, unexpectedly arrived as the first guest at the Villa Punto de Vista in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. The newly completed luxury rental villa was designed and co-founded by Cal Poly CAED Architecture Alumni, David Konwiser. David was able to sit down and talk with I.M. Pei.

Since it's Pei's 100th birthday today, we are celebrating his work by sharing a link to David's story, which was just published online in Architectural Digest.

Read One Young Architect's Unimaginable Meeting with I. M. Pei on Architectural Digest.

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