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Pelli, Cesar, 2008 December 10

Call Number: RU 1037


  • 2008 December 10


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Collection materials are closed to research until January 1, 2029, after which access is subject to review by University Archives staff.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Biographical / Historical

Dean School of Architecture, 1977-85

Cesar Pelli was born in Tucumán, Argentina where he received an Architecture Degree in 1950. In 1954 he earned a Master of Science degree at the University of Illinois. As a professional architect he also worked for Eero Saarinen. After several appointments as visiting professor he was appointed Dean of the Yale School of Architecture in 1977. At the same time he established the firm Pelli Clarke Pelli in New Haven. His work has been widely published and exhibited, with eight books dedicated to his designs and theories. In 1995, the AIA awarded Cesar Pelli its Gold Medal. He has designed several buildings and additions for Yale including the Malone Engineering Center and the Boyer Center for Molecular Medicine.

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