Detroit has a rich history in stone work artistry. With a rich art deco architectural experience, Detroit historically set the standards in art deco expression in architecture.
Some of Detroit’s best examples of art deco stonework include
- Palmer Park Historic Apartments District
- Michigan Bell and Western Electric Building
- Lee Plaza
- The Fisher Building
- The Albert Kahn Building
- The Maccabees Building
- The S.S. Kresge World Headquarters
- The Fox Theater
- The Free Press Building
Detroit’s stonework architecture demonstrates the power and influence the city once projected.
While the power and influence of the past generations may be in the rear view mirror of Detroit’s storied automotive industry, a new vision of Detroit is coming to light.
This new vision will be the embodiment of a powerful past integrated with a promising future.