The controversial, neomodern glass pyramid designed by Chinese-born American architect I. M. Pei still evoked scorn from traditionalists who felt it destroyed the dignity of the Renaissance courtyard.
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Douglas Brinkley writes, "Downtowns which used to consist of one ugly skyscraper surrounded by 200,000 Baptists are now glitzy, multi-towered citadels, show-casing the buildings of such world-class architects as Philip Johnson, I. M. Pei, and Richard Meier."
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