by Eugenia Bell
American architect Michael Graves divides architectural design into three distinctive moments: referential sketches, preparatory studies, and final drawing. This book is a visual diary that shows the architect's attention to the legacy of the past and how the observation of the world leads to the creation of new forms with tangible features.
Hardback: 144 pages
Product Dimensions: 128 x 207 mm
Published by Princeton Architectural Press