If you’re in the South Bend, Indiana, area, mark your calendars! A week from today, the famed architect and designer Michael Graves will present his lecture “A Grand Tour” at the University of Notre Dame. The lecture will recount his journey, once considered obligatory for a young architect, exploring the great monuments of Europe. As a recipient of the prestigious Prix de Rome, Graves traveled through Italy, Greece, Turkey, Spain, England, Germany, and France, studying and recording the masterworks of both ancient and modern architecture.
This year, the University of Notre Dame awarded Graves with the Richard H. Driehaus Prize, honoring his lifetime contributions to classical and traditional architecture in the modern world. Read all about his nomination here and watch an exclusive ArchDaily interview with the legend here.
Before attending the lecture, be sure to refresh your memory on some of Graves’ most notable works:
- AD Classics: Denver Central Library / Michael Graves & Associates
- AD Classics: St. Coletta School / Michael Graves
- AD Classics: Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort / Michael Graves
- Wounded Warrior Home Project / Michael Graves and IDEO
Lecture: Michael Graves: “A Grand Tour”
Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Location: University of Notre Dame, Bond Hall auditorium