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League Prize winner Anya Sirota investigates music, culture and history in Detroit to design spaces that are charged with dynamic programs for the public.

How a Detroit Shoeshine’s Speakeasy, Where Aretha Franklin Once Performed, Inspired an Architect’s Push for Urban Regeneration

Spotlight on Anya Sirota, the League Prize Winner Who Investigates Culture + Responds with Design Charged with Dynamic Programming This is part five of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League Prize winners. Hunter Douglas Architectural is thrilled to support...
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