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Talking With Architect Michael Graves About Designing Homes For Wounded Soldiers

by User Not Found | Feb 06, 2013
The architect that became a household name by bringing sexy to the kitchen with his line of homeware goods at Target has lent his drafting pencil to hundreds of buildings, but Michael Graves has broadened his own horizons once again. Recently he took on the task of designing homes made to be more accessible for injured soldiers in the Wounded Warrior project. Graves, who himself became partially paralyzed after a bacterial infection, spoke with Curbed about how he merges his training with his real life experiences to come up with buildings that work. Read More

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