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Fri Mar 21 17:09:46 2014 UTClccn-n800725570.06Michael Graves /0.570.96Michael Graves /30270790Michael_Gravesn 80072557454021Michael Graveslccn-n83005579Nichols, Karen Vogeledtlccn-n88234362Burke, Patrick J.edtlccn-n79018196Jencks, Charleslccn-n79055596Scully, VincentJr1920-lccn-n82041633Arnell, Peteredtlccn-n82041634Bickford, Tededtlccn-n95044934Abrams, Janetauilccn-n99029465Ambroziak, Brian M.(Brian Michael)1970-lccn-n79032932Wright, Frank Lloyd1867-1959dtelccn-n82001515Maxwell, Robert1922-Graves, Michael1934-FictionPsychological fictionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsBiographyPictorial worksNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcExhibition catalogsDesigns and plansNew York (State)--Long IslandRich peopleFirst lovesMistressesTraffic accidentsRevengeUnited StatesMarried womenGraves, Michael,Upper classMan-woman relationshipsLe Corbusier,ArchitectureArchitecture, PostmodernManners and customsPsychological fictionNew York (State)--New YorkArchitectsArchitecture, ModernArchitecture, Modern--Themes, motivesSpace (Architecture)Architectural drawingTravelEuropeArchitecture, DomesticPalladio, Andrea,Country homesItaly, NorthernThemes, motivesWright, Frank Lloyd,FranceSwitzerlandArchitect-designed decorative artsDesignersNew York (State)Interior decoration--Psychological aspectsArchitecture--Environmental aspectsDuany, AndresArchitecture--Psychological aspectsJencks, CharlesCity planningNineteen twentiesAntiheroesAmerican fictionMoral conditionsNew Jersey--PrincetonHomesAdulteryGreat Gatsby (Fitzgerald, F. Scott)Economic history1934195419671975197619781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200820092010201120137182365563813.52PS3511.I9ocn075752126ocn312577815ocn315617090ocn417353465ocn335731233ocn463921087ocn456751629ocn444369829ocn440976272ocn450839483ocn438513738ocn809613674ocn063374364ocn077903731ocn256075228ocn06214970862111ocn058050610book20050.66Ambroziak, Brian MMichael Graves : images of a grand tourNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcPictorial works"Michael Graves: Images of a Grand Tour collects for the first time the stunning artwork he produced during this trip. Delicate pencil sketches, striking ink washes, and colorful photographs show the deep connection Graves had to the places he visited, from the Roman Forum to the Athenian Acropolis to Wiltshire's Stonehenge. They also tell something of the education of an architect, bringing to light the architecture and landscapes that would cause Graves to reexamine his early devotion to International Style modernism and develop his own unique architectural language. A foreword by Graves reflects on these travels from the distance of forty years, while author Brian Ambroziak puts the tour into the context of Graves's life and work."--BOOK JACKET+-+54703431062424ocn033240005book19950.73Powell, KenGraves residence : Michael GravesMichael Graves has been one of the most important figures on the architectural scene in the last 15 years, noted as one of the leaders in the post-modern movement. This is the first detailed study to be published on this building+-+57478396253241912ocn055996030book20040.50Patton, PhilMichael Graves designs : the art of the everyday objectHistory+-+7708426245841ocn064445456visu20050.59Sir John Soane an English architect, an American legacyHistoryBiographyNonfiction filmsBiographical filmsEducational films"All great art engages in a dialogue with the past. Architecture is no exception, as this film shows in its examination of the legacy of Sir John Soane (1753-1837), an English architect of rare genius whose influence on a generation of America's foremost architects is profound...This film investigates both the influence of antiquity on Soane, following in his Grand Tour footsteps through Rome and Sicily, as well as the ways his stripped-down classical style helped guide the American architects out of the strictures of Modernism." -- Container812ocn017241298book19870.63The architecture of democracy : the Phoenix Municipal Government Center design competition : touring exhibition starting in the United States at the Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los AngelesHistoryExhibition catalogs711ocn015949264book19850.31Graves, MichaelA word is a word-- or is it?697ocn009371651book19540.73Le CorbusierLe Corbusier : selected drawings617ocn026398915book19830.79Tea & coffee piazza : 11 servizi da the e caffè = 11 tea and coffee sets581ocn011491396book19840.21Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe great GatsbyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionOutlines, syllabi, etcStudy guidesPsychological fictionDomestic fictionGraphic novelsLove storiesYoung adult worksJay Gatsby had once loved beautiful, spoiled Daisy Buchanan, then lost her to a rich boy. Now, mysteriously wealthy, he is ready to risk everything to woo her back. This is the definitive, textually accurate edition of a classic of twentieth-century literature, The Great Gatsby. The story of the fabulously wealthy Jay Gatsby and his love for the beautiful Daisy Buchanan has been acclaimed by generations of readers394ocn008975912book19810.93Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, progetti 1977-1981 : Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna, Roma, Valle Giulia, ottobre-novembre 1981Exhibition catalogs392ocn075752126book19970.37Bertsch, Georg CDer Wasserkessel von Michael Graves352ocn030566409book19920.59Graf Praschma, MichaelColour comedies : Internationaler Architekten-und Designer-Workshop der Waechtersbacher Keramik : Michael Graves ... [et al.]324ocn075320821book19900.29Graves, MichaelBuildings and projects 1982-1989325ocn026015630book19860.53Trager, PhilipThe villas of PalladioCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs266ocn246732683book19940.79Graves, MichaelMichael GravesHistory+-+4500758898247ocn024698325book19900.53Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1982-1989202ocn001461559book19750.59Five architects : Eisenman, Graves, Gwathmey, Hejduk, MeierHistoryDesigns and plans164ocn846054741book20030.79Krier, RobTown spaces : contemporary interpretations in traditional urbanism : Krier. Kohl ArchitectsHistory+-+1794189128151ocn417353465book19790.47Le CorbusierLe CorbusierHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsDesigns and plansExhibition catalogsA study of the work of the architect, not a biography137ocn716196369book19820.39Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1966-1981HistoryBiography7305ocn009643196book19820.39Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1966-1981HistoryBiography5288ocn010626129book19830.50Jencks, CharlesKings of infinite space : Frank Lloyd Wright & Michael GravesHistory4824ocn020056853book19900.53Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1982-19894453ocn032548815book19950.50Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1990-1994"Over the past three decades, Michael Graves's career has been one of the most remarkably creative and successful of any American architect practicing today. His extensive oeuvre includes such renowned projects as the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel and the Walt Disney World Swan Hotel in Florida, the San Juan Capistrano Library in California, and the precedent-setting Portland Building in Oregon, as well as designs for his highly popular lines of furniture, home furnishings, and artifacts. When introduced in the late 1970s, Graves's figurative architectural language marked a radical departure from the abstract modernist forms that had dominated postwar architecture. Today his signature aesthetic - elemental shapes, references to historical forms, and warm colors that often reflect Italian and classical influences - is recognized worldwide." "Presented in this monograph are seventy-one of Graves's built and unbuilt projects of the past five years, generously illustrated with photographs and plans, as well as Graves's evocative sketches and colored facade drawings. Featured projects in the United States include the Denver Central Library in Colorado; The Team Disney Building, Disney's corporate executive offices in Burbank, California; the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University in Atlanta, with its extraordinary galleries for ancient art; and several private residences, including Graves's own Italianate villa in Princeton, New Jersey."--BOOK JACKET+-+27546329354224ocn054821701book20030.50Graves, MichaelMichael Graves, buildings and projects, 1995-2003Michael 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. 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 colored sketches+-+K7017329353375ocn055037258book20030.56Israel, TobySome place like home : using design psychology to create ideal placesInterviews"Some Place Like Home introduces the new field of Design Psychology, using in-depth interviews with design superstars Michael Graves, Andres Duany and Charles Jencks to examine how places from the past contain the seeds of future choices - for home locations, dwellings and interior design."--BOOK JACKET+-+45049352953013ocn005295533book19790.66Graves, MichaelMichael Graves2382ocn040793099book19990.63Graves, MichaelMichael Graves : selected and current worksCatalogs+-+28234902362293ocn046793074book20020.39Iovine, Julie VMichael GravesHistoryBiography+-+66078366351942ocn032187801book19940.79Graves, MichaelMichael GravesHistory+-+45007588981231ocn032665301book19960.06Kudalis, EricMichael GravesHistoryJuvenile worksProfiles the career of the modernist-trained architect whose major commissions include the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin hotels in Orlando, Florida+-+3568015106923ocn012689704book19850.93Poling, Clark VHenry Hornbostel, Michael Graves : an exhibition of architectural drawings, photographs and models, March 7-May 15, 1985, Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology, Michael C. Carlos Hall, Emory University, Atlanta, GeorgiaExhibition catalogs862ocn026133533book19910.92Graves, MichaelMichael Graves : idee e progetti, 1981-1991Exhibition catalogs783ocn016392281book19870.92Merkel, JayneMichael Graves and the Riverbend Music Center : a summer pavilion for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra6910ocn011936075visu19830.90Beyond Utopia changing attitudes in American architectureHistoryInterviewsDocumentary filmsPresents six American postmodernist architects discussing their style of design, influences on their work, and recent achievements. Focuses on the work of Philip Johnson, Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, Michael Graves, Frank Gehry, and Peter Eisenman665ocn023211665visu19890.79What's wrong with this building?Criticism, interpretation, etcExplores the difficulties faced by contemporary architects in dealing with additions to important buildings. Examines Michael Graves's proposed addition to Marcel Breuer's Whitney Museum of American Art as the most controversial contemporary addition proposal in New York City621ocn006533447book19800.93Graves, MichaelMichael Graves : Montclair Art Museum, April 27-June 22, 1980, Montclair, New Jersey533ocn040637793book19970.56Bertsch, Georg-ChristofThe water kettle by Michael Graves+-+0092686848503ocn006807489book19800.96Doumato, LamiaMichael GravesBibliography452ocn007121341book19810.95Harmon, Robert BBuilding with symbols : the architectural work of Michael Graves : a selected bibliographyBibliography+-+5470343106+-+5470343106Fri Mar 21 16:09:28 EDT 2014batch31586