MICHAEL GRAVES, FAIA, has been at the forefront of architecture and design since he founded his practice in Princeton , New Jersey in 1964. Cited by Paul Goldberger, former New York Times critic, as “the most truly original voice American architecture has produced in some time,” Graves has received many prestigious awards, including the 1999 National Medal of Arts and the 2001 Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects. He is the Robert Schirmer Professor of Architecture, Emeritus, at Princeton University where he taught for nearly 40 years. Among his completed projects are the Walt Disney Swan, Dolphin Hotels and the Walt Disney Corporate Headquarters in Burbank. He began designing for ACME in 1995.