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The Ford House, which is located in Grosse Pointe Shores, is a collaboration of the work of former Ford Motor Company President Edsel Ford, architect Albert Kahn
, landscape architect Jens Jensen, and industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague.
All but one of the hotels are located in historic buildings, many of which were designed by great architects of the past," Berke says, name-checking Albert Kahn
, McKim, Mead & White, and Shreve, Lamb & Harmon.
Architect Albert Kahn
and his landmark campus buildings (e.
HFZ Capital Group said it has entered into a joint venture with REDICO to acquire the 28-story Fisher Building and the 11-story Albert Kahn
Building, two iconic and historic art deco commercial buildings in Detroit, Michigan's New Center district.
In this video--commissioned by Marseille-Provence 2013, Capitale Europeenne de la Culture, for the exhibition "Ici, Ailleurs" (Here, Elsewhere) at La Friche Belle de Mai art center in Marseille--there is not one but a conglomeration of places that together form a hybrid construction site, a working space synthesized from architectural renderings of the Pratt & Whitney aircraft-engine factory in East Hartford, Connecticut (built by Albert Kahn
Associates in 1941), drawings of interiors by Andrea Palladio, and Auguste Perret's plan for Theatre des Champs-Elysees, among others.
SPACE AS MEMBRANE: ALBERT KAHN
AND MIES VAN DER ROHE
, a young, Detroit-based architect, took the lead in designing large, low, sprawling factories for the automobile and other metal-working industries, often using a system of reinforced concrete developed by his brother Julius.
His Autumn/Winter 2012 collection is influenced by the work of the philanthropist Albert Kahn
, whose team of photographers took the earliest known color photos in a massive project commencing in 1909.
Conversely, French students were offered the opportunity to study in America (and elsewhere) through scholarships underwritten by the philanthropist and internationalist Albert Kahn
Although she does not continue to deliver the rich ethnographic descriptions offered in the introduction of the 'techno-archival peepshow' (p3) she experienced whilst conducting research at the Albert Kahn
Museum, Amad deftly weaves experience, biography and historical detail with Bergsonian philosophy, Annales Historiography and early French film theory (among other bodies of thought) to explore how the archive was transformed in the age of cinema.
Highland Park, the factory designed by Albert Kahn
for Henry Ford's motor company, came to house the first moving assembly line, ushering in the era of mass production.