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Timeless Lighting: Michael Graves Architecture & Design

J. Michael Welton | Posted 06.04.2015 | Arts
J. Michael Welton

Anyone tuned in to CBS Sunday Morning on May 31 couldn't possibly have missed seeing the soft-spoken gentleman with his blue-handled, stainless steel teakettle, a red bird perched at the end of its spout.

Philippe Starck Doesn't Want a Trendy Bathroom

Zoe Settle | Posted 05.21.2013 | HuffPost Home
Zoe Settle

Starck has improved a myriad of categories, including now-iconic products for Alessi (Juicy Salif) and Kartell (Louis Ghost Chair) and the interiors of the first boutique hotels -- as well as boats, knives, transit cards and touch-responsive headphones.

"Frank Gehry Made a Kettle That Didn't Work": Architect Michael Graves on the Pitfalls of Product Design

ARTINFO | Posted 06.13.2012 | Arts

Curvilinear tables by Zaha Hadid. A violent (and humbly-named) chandelier by Daniel Libeskind. A modernist lamp by Richard Neutra. Architects frequent...