1. Design Icon: Michael Graves for Dwell | by Gary Nadeau

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    A day in Princeton, New Jersey with architect & design icon "Michael Graves" for dwell.com Director's Cut Produced by Amanda Dameron Directed & Edited by Gary Nadeau Cinematography Jason Koontz Original Music by Fight Mannequins Sound Recordist Adam Koontz Vissi D'Arte from Puccini's "Tosca" Music provided courtesy of Audiosocket via Vimeo Music Store Filmed with a Canon 5dmkII & 60D DIY Skateboard Dolly www.garynadeau.com https://twitter.com/#!/garynadeau https://www.facebook.com/DirectorGaryNadeau

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    • 2010 New Jersey Hall of Fame B block

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      Edited by Shannon Gillece Written by John Bathke Graphics by Jessica Frech Joe Piscopo, Buddy Valastro, Judy Blume, Judy Gold, Carl Lewis, Michael Graves

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      • Michael Graves Teapot

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        An experimental love affair with a fancy teapot

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        • Part 2. More than Shelter: the Public Life of Buildings

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          This documentary explores the most controversial of contemporary architectural movements, postmodernism. It examines the impact and accomplishments of the movement and evaluates many of the most famous postmodernist buildings around the U.S., including the Portland Building by Michael Graves, the AT&T Building by Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry's home in Santa Monica, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles by Arrata Isosaki. Commentary is provided by some of America's most prominent architecture critics, historians, and designers. Produced by Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

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          • Michale Graves "The Best of Me"

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            From the album "Illusions Live / Viretta Park out now on Screaming Crow Records Performed live at The Smiling Moose in Pittsburgh, PA c & p 2008 Vile of Vernon Productions, All rights reserved

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            • Michael Graves: The Portland Building 25 Years Later

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              Presented as part of Revisiting Postmodernism, a digital archive series of presentations held at the Architectural League by leading theorists and practitioners of 1980s post-modernism. A conversation with Michael Graves; Stan Allen, Dean, Princeton School of Architecture; and Sarah Whiting, Assistant Professor, revisiting the Portland Building twenty-five years later. Co-sponsored with the Princeton University School of Architecture.

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              • The Denver Public Library

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                ARCHITECT Magazine presents a video walk-through of the Denver Public Library, designed by Michael Graves & Associates with local architect Klipp Colussy Jenks DuBois (now Klipp).

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                • CABARET SERIES: Architecture & Money

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                  Storefront for Art and Architecture together with Pidgin presented a Cabaret Series: Architecture & Money, an event that explored different notions of value and architecture and the relationship between them. The event consisted of a live auction where a series of posters containing questions posed to architectural figures were auctioned and adjudicated to the bidder able to provide the most accurate answer. Posters contained all proposed answers by the audience. The live auction was followed by a series of monologues. More at www.storefrontnews.org.

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                  • Part 1: More than Shelter: the Public Life of Buildings

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                    This documentary explores the most controversial of contemporary architectural movements, postmodernism. It examines the impact and accomplishments of the movement and evaluates many of the most famous postmodernist buildings around the U.S., including the Portland Building by Michael Graves, the AT&T Building by Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry's home in Santa Monica, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles by Arrata Isosaki. Commentary is provided by some of America's most prominent architecture critics, historians, and designers. Produced by the Rutgers University. . Based on a exhibition and book entitled: The critical edge : controversy in recent American architecture (Tod Marder, ed.)

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