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At Home with Architect Michael Graves

A run-down Princeton warehouse, transformed by Michael Graves into his own elegant home

Written by Amy Elbert
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John Bessler

Pedestal table (Bedermeier, c.1830); chairs (antique, Klismos); painting (Grand Tour copy of Aurora, by Guido Reni); framed drawing on table (Anonymous); vase on table (19th-century Grand Tour); carpet runner (antique); wood columns (custom, designed by Michael Graves): owner's collection.
Armoire in niche (Biedermeier, c. 1830): Niall Smith Antiques, 212/750-3985. Frieze to left of painting (from Day and Night, by Bertel Thorvaldsen): Thorvaldsens Museum in Copenhagen, thorvaldsensmuseum.dk.

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