Architect Richard Meier

November 1984
Newsweek;11/26/1984, Vol. 104 Issue 21, p88
Like most projects of the Getty Trust, the search for an architect to design its new headquarters--the architectural plum of the decade, with a budget of more than $100 million--was lavish and thorough. After an international search, the decision was 50-year-old American, Richard Meier. This article examines Meier's accolades and merits.


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