Michael Graves: the Humana Building, Louisville 1982 poster
A large poster showing a drawing of the front elevation of the Humana building designed by architect Michael Graves.
One of Graves's most famous designs, the Humana building (or Humana tower, as it's sometimes called) is considered a textbook example of postmodern architecture. Clad in many-coloured marble inside and out, and topped with a singular triangular form, the building proclaims itself across the Louisville skyline.
Approximate dimensions: 68.7cm x 100cm
About Michael Graves
Revered American architect and designer Michael Graves (1934-2015) was one of the principal figures in the postmodernist movement. He was professor of architecture at Princeton for nearly forty years