Cleo Rogers Memorial Library

I. M. Pei
1969; addition by James K. Paris, Architect Group (now The Paris/Bingham Partnership)



The front facade


Located on a central plaza with Henry Moore's Large Arch in the center, Pei's library is across from Eliel Saarinen's First Christian Church (1942).

A view of the front and side

The front and the main entrance



The images below are part of the addition. The designer was James K. Paris.

The side with skylight

Views of the brightly lit interior




Other buildings by I. M. Pei on this site include:, Dreyfus Building, MIT, East Building, National Gallery of Art, Green Building, MIT, John F. Kennedy Library, John Hancock Tower, Landau Building, MIT, Louvre Entrance, and National Bank of Commerce.


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