AIA to honor Michael Graves

January 01, 2001 |

The American Institute of Architects has selected Michael Graves to receive its 2001 Gold Medal award, which recognizes an individual whose significant body of work has had a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture. Graves, 66, heads the Princeton, N.J., firm of Michael Graves & Associates. Graves' best-known projects include the Disney corporate headquarters in Burbank, Calif., and the design of scaffolding for the Washington Monument restoration.

 

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