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  • the graves' ripple

    Chad Alexander Smith | March 12, 2015

    By the time I was a student of Michael Graves at Princeton, his Post-Modern aesthetic had fallen out of fashion. Graves taught our architecture studio along with Peter Eisenman. It would be the last time the two giants of the 20th century would teach together. Our studio class of 15 met in the afternoon. The morning was reserved for theory and the afternoon for practice, divided in the same way the great architect Le Corbusier, whom’s heavy influence can be seen in Grave’s early work, arranged his day. Full post >

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