From towers to teapots, Michael Graves left a colorful mark

Aired: 3/13/2015 | 0:05:21 | Clip
Architect Michael Graves brought a whimsical, postmodern style to monumental buildings and even health care facilities. But he also designed practical, popular household goods, including a famous whistling teapot. To remember the architect, who died Thursday at the age of 80, Jeffrey Brown talks to Robert Ivy of the American Institute of Architects about how he left his mark.