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MICHAEL GRAVES, FAIA MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES Founding Principal

Michael Graves is the Founding Principal of Michael Graves & Associates and has been in the forefront of planning and architecture for the past 30 years. Winner of the 2001 AIA Gold Medal, he has been the Lead Planner/Designer for a variety of master planning and design projects around the world. Drawings of Mr. Graves are frequently put on exhibit, and are published in books and periodicals around the world. Major publications include: Five Architects (Oxford University Press, 1972), Michael Graves (Academy Editions, 1979), Michael Graves: Buildings and Projects 1966-1981 (Rizzoli, 1983), Michael Graves: Buildings and Projects 1982-1989 (Princeton Architectural Press, 1990), and Michael Graves: Buildings and Projects 1990-1994 (Rizzoli, 1985).

Mr. Graves founded Michael Graves & Associates in 1964, and remains the firm’s Founding Principal. The New York Times described Mr. Graves as “the most truly original voice that American architecture has produced for some time.” His work has directly influenced the transformation of urban architecture from the abstractions of modern architecture toward more contextual and traditional compositions. In his projects, Mr. Graves has consistently demonstrated his ability to create designs sym- pathetic to both the general program of use and the context of the site. Joining the Princeton University faculty in 1962, Mr. Graves established his architectural practice two years later. Devoting himself ever since to both the practice and also teaching of architecture, he retired from Princeton University in 2001 after 39 years with the University and is currently the Schirmer Professor of Architecture Emeritus.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Science-Architecture, 1958, University of Cincinnati Master of Science -Architecture, 1959, Harvard University Fellow, 1960-2, American Academy of Rome (Rome Prize)

HONORARY DOCTORATES University of Miami, Drexel University, Pratt Institute, International Fine Arts College, University of Colorado, Rutgers University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rhode Island School of Design, Savannah College of Art. Boston University, and University of Cincinnati

REGISTRATIONS Registered Architect (34 States & the District of Columbia/first – 1964-New Jersey)

SELECTED PROFESSORSHIPS Princeton University, Robert Schirmer Professor of Architecture, 1962 - 2001 Also, visiting professorships: the University of Texas at Austin; University of California at Los Angeles; University of Houston; University of North Carolina at Charlotte;

MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY

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