Founded in 1977, Pelli Clarke & Partners (PC&P) is an international architecture practice based in New Haven, Connecticut, and New York City. From the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to World Financial Center, César Pelli led the firm through many pivotal moments, and his legacy continues to resonate and inspire all of PC&P’s subsequent work, as explored in the projects presented in this publication. Outlined in 4 thematic sections – Partnerships, Urbanity, Envelope, and Public Realm – selected buildings and spaces designed by PC&P, from its formative years to today, illustrate how the firm nurtures sustainable collaborations and makes meaningful connections and contributions to communities and cities, while expressing sensitivity to purpose and place. This monograph not only serves as a tribute to César Pelli, but also represents a new chapter of PC&P’s vision for its future led by interdisciplinary teams of architects, designers, and technical experts across the globe.
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