The Huffington Post, despite the conversation surrounding Detroit’s dwindling population and real estate challenges, comments on area architecture. “
In Detroit, you can still wander past houses built in the 1800s and towering buildings from the masters of 20th century design. Though the city’s architecture reveals layers of history, it’s also in danger. While many treasures still stand, others have fallen into decay or been demolished.
Construction on new buildings and redevelopment continues in Detroit, but architectural photographer Philip Jarmain is fascinated with the architecture of the early 20th century — both the intact opulence of places like the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Guardian Buildingand once-magnificent buildings now in ruins.”
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