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The Argentinian born architect César Pelli died last week at age 92, after a long career designing some of the most famous buildings in the world. In LA he made his mark with innovative, sleek, glass-skinned buildings that helped inspire a worldwide trend.

César Pelli and the art of glass skin architecture

The Argentinian born architect César Pelli died last week at age 92, after a long career designing some of the most famous buildings in the world. In LA he made his mark with innovative, sleek, glass-skinned buildings that helped inspire a worldwide trend.

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