Michael Graves, Buildings and Projects, 1995-2003

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Random House Incorporated, 2003 - Architecture - 352 pages
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Michael Graves has been at the forefront of architecture and design since he founded his practice in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1964. Cited by Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for the New Yorker, as "the most truly original voice American architecture has produced in some time," Graves has received many prestigious awards, including the 1999 National Medal of Arts and the 2001 Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects. This, the fourth volume to document the architect's oeuvre, is a must-have for all architecture enthusiasts. Graves has secured international acclaim and celebrity status for his modern interpretations of traditional and classical architecture and remains one of the profession's most celebrated figures.

Presented in this monograph are over 100 of Graves' built and unbuilt projects of the past eight years, generously illustrated with photographs, plans, and the architect's evocative colored sketches.

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Long known for playing on the traditional languages of architecture, Graves (emeritus, Princeton Univ.) has moved from national to global prominence. In 1964, he founded Michael Graves & Associates, a ... Read full review


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Francisco Sanin is a registered architect and urban design consultant. He previously taught at Princeton University, the Architectural Association, and Thames and Kingston Polytechnic in London.

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