This seemed like an interesting book to read when I first picked it up, and I'm glad I did because it was a great book, kind of confusing at first but as I neared the end I anticipated what was going to happen after and after.
Albert Kahn: Designing Detroit & the University of Michigan
Buildings by architect Albert Kahn dominate Detroit and the University of Michigan. In this lecture and slideshow, Detroit News art critic and author Michael H. Hodges surveys Kahn’s impact on city and school. Join us at 7pm on Thursday, December 11 at the Downtown Library to learn why this most-prolific of designers—once world-famous—has vanished from the architectural canon.
On Pulp you will find excitement and appreciation for the Ann Arbor area’s arts & culture scene and all it has to offer - from our loveliest galleries to our grungiest basement venues. Check in for previews, thoughts, critiques, reviews, dorky puns, opinions, observations, and heads-ups on what’s happening in the area from professional journalists, community contributors, and your very own AADL staffers.