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Curbed National Gives us a Week #MadeInDetroit

This week, Curbed National will focus on Detroit. Stories will bring readers from across the country and around the globe to the Motor City, showing them The Fisher Building, the Heidelberg Project and so many other amazing facets of Detroit's architecture, design and neighborhood life that we can't even begin to list them. Today's entry focuses on midcentury architecture in Detroit, with a feature on Mies van der Rohe and Eero Saarinen, and how the city's storied architectural/city planning past might inspire future building and development.

·Detroit Distilled: How the City's Modern Past Could Inspire Its Future [Curbed National]