Connect with us!

Tag Archive: Detroit

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...
Read more

Inspiration, Interviews, News, Profiles

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

For the concourse, Hunter Douglas custom engineered a metal ceiling panel system.

Call It a Comeback: Inside Downtown Detroit’s New Little Caesars Arena

HOK designs new game-day experience with fan amenities, custom elements & “the Via” The grand opening of Little Caesars Arena, a sophisticated $863 million sports facility designed by HOK, continues to signal an era of economic growth and an energetic…
Read more

Community, Inspiration, Interviews, News, Projects

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

LA Design Festival Panel

LA vs. Detroit: Design lens on two iconic American cities

Katherine Mills contributed to this article. Design in Detroit & LA is dramatically different, but the cities share alchemy The recent LA Design Festival, which attracted designers and makers in the graffiti enclave of downtown LA’s Arts District, featured a…
Read more

Events, Ideas, Inspiration, Interviews, News, Sustainability

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Follow us on Twitter