Meier, Richard
December 2008
Vanity Fair;Dec2008, Issue 580, p166
The article discusses the desk at which architect Richard Meier works. Meier designed the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California. Topics include a feather duster he keeps to clean off eraser shavings from his desk after a day of drawing, a sketchbook he uses for drawings, and the chairs he keeps by his desk.


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