1 edition of Detroit architecture found in the catalog.
|Statement||Katharine Mattingly Meyer, editor.With an introd. by W. Hawkins Ferry. (Prepared under the sponsorship of) the American Institute of Architects, Detroit Chapter.|
|Contributions||Meyer, Katharine Mattingly., Ferry, W. Hawkins., American Institute of Architects. Detroit Chapter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
Like its predecessor, Detroit Architecture: AIA Guide, also published by Wayne State University Press ( and ), AIA Detroit is an authoritative yet highly readable account of a wide range of structures and urban spaces. With its sleek look and easy-to-use layout, this completely new guide to Detroit architecture provides a fresh, in-depth look at the city of Detroit itself as well as a number of distinctive environments outside the city proper. Its entries and more than photographs—many by renowned architectural photographer Balthazar Korab, who served as principal photographer for the project--show.
The new book Michigan Modern: An Architectural Legacy ($60, Visual Profile Books) details 34 of the state’s most significant works of architecture. “This book continues the . Anyone who loves architecture or downtown Detroit in likely to be intrigued by The Guardian Building: Cathedral of Finance, a sumptuously illustrated new book by James W. Tottis, the associate curator of American Art at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Detroit architecture. Detroit, Wayne State University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Mattingly Meyer; W Hawkins Ferry; American Institute of Architects. Detroit Chapter. The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit is a historic skyscraper hotel located at Washington Boulevard in Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Washington Boulevard Historic ed in the Neo-Renaissance style, and constructed as the Book-Cadillac, it is part of Westin Hotels and embodies Neo-Classical elements and building sculpture, incorporating brick and ect: Louis Kamper.
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"American City: Detroit Architecture " is an excellent photography book. Not only is it a wonderful "coffee- table" book, but one that depicts the architectural history of Detroit that is now, sadly, being overlooked.
Sharoff and Zbaren selected 50 buildings that they fell represent the "best" of Detroit over the past years/5(6). He began researching and writing about Detroit's architectural wonders in His first book, "Lost Detroit: Stories Behind the Motor City's Majestic Ruins," tells the stories behind the boarded-up windows of Detroit's most spectacular abandoned buildings/5(26).
Like its predecessor, Detroit Architecture: AIA Guide, also published by Wayne State University Press ( and ), AIA Detroit is an authoritative yet highly readable account of a wide range of structures and urban spaces/5(8).
The Dawn of Detroit by Tiya Miles A book chronicling the fascinating and disturbing history of slavery in early Detroit. Miles delves in detail into Author: Aaron Mondry. "Guardian of Detroit: Architectural Sculpture in the Motor City," a book by Jeff Morrison, is a unique effort to explore, explain, and document Detroit's amazing collection of architectural Author: Alex Atwell.
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Through illustrative documentation of architectural sculptures from eight decades in Detroit's history, the book offers a critical insight into the architectural scene in Detroit.
It also argues for a much-needed case for documentation, preservation, and historic conservation in the city and the region to identify, protect, and celebrate its rich heritage in art and architecture.5/5(15).
The Book Tower is a m ( ft), story skyscraper located at Washington Boulevard in Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Washington Boulevard Historic uction began on the Italian Renaissance-style building in as an addition to the original Book Building, and finished a decade ed in the Academic Classicism style, in addition to the 38 rentable Architect: Louis Kamper.
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Forgotten Detroit Detroit is known for one of the most stunning collections of pre-depression architecture in the world. The past two decades have seen several. Detroit Free Press architectural columnist John Gallagher wrote in that Kamper's designs like the Book Tower were dismissed as "clumsy, chaotic, corrupt and hopelessly out of date." "He was a cake decorator," Doug McIntosh, a Birmingham, Mich., architect, told Gallagher.
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Hawkins Ferry is the definitive resource on the architecture of Detroit and its adjacent communities, from pioneering times to the end of the twentieth century. Ferry based his impressive volume on thirteen years of meticulous research, interviews with many prominent architects, and hundreds of photos commissioned specifically for the by: During the Roaring Twenties, Detroit's historic skyline arose.
Louis Kamper designed the ornate Neo-Renaissance styled Book-Cadillac Hotel (), which was the world's tallest hotel when it opened. The city's architectural legacy is rich in Art Deco style, with buildings constructed during the boom years of the s.
Joseph L. Hudson, the department store magnate, had commissioned architect. Advancing, disseminating, and advocating design practices that enhance both the design quality and environmental performance of the built environment in the Detroit area.
Charles H. Heller House ( Iroquois) Charles H. Shaw House ( Arden Park Boulevard) Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Charles J. Butler House ( Iroquois) Charles J. Clark House ( Burns). Guardians of Detroit: Architectural Sculpture in the Motor City is a page book with original photos.
Published by Wayne State University Press, it is a unique effort to explore, explain, and document Detroit's amazing collection of architectural sculpture on a building-by-building basis. New book by Jeff Morrison, "Guardians of Detroit," celebrates architectural sculpture on the city's buildings.
Designed by Stratton & Baldwin for Henry W. Dakin. Seminole built Indian Village Historic District, Detroit, MI. Includes images of the house from a issue of the Western Architect. Builder: Vinton & Company. Welcome to Historic Detroit New sites, new postcards added. Dec. 28, We've added a slew of new locations to the site, as well as uploaded more postcards to the site.
As we continue to be in book-writing mode, updates have been slow, but we're still here. Revamped website launches. May. 27, We are proud to unveil the revamped. Rowland’s deep involvement in the cultural life of Detroit is also given ample attention, including his participation in local architecture oriented fraternal organizations like the Thumb Tack Club and the Detroit Architectural Club, his impressive and oft showcased talent for singing, his extensive published writings in local arts and.
Through illustrative documentation of architectural sculptures from eight decades in Detroit’s history, the book offers a critical insight into the architectural scene in Detroit.
It also argues for a much-needed case for documentation, preservation, and historic conservation in the city and the region to identify, protect, and celebrate its rich heritage in art and architecture. Geza Maroti was a Hungarian artist and sculptor who was exceptionally well known in Europe and based his art on the Magyar tradition in Hungary.
As W. Hawkins Ferry tells us about Maroti, "using stylized patterns and brilliant colors, he made sculpture and painting the willing servants of architecture." (Love it!) Maroti came to Detroit.In his book, The Guardian Building, Jim Tottis tells us, “unification of design, harmonization of color and use of uncommon building materials were all of Rowland’s inspiration.” Rowland began his design of the Guardian Building inand broke ground the same year.
The building was dedicated on April 4,