Detroit and Rome: Building on the Past
Melanie Grunow Sobocinski
The Regents of the Univ of Michigan, 2005 - Architecture - 127 pages
A comparative study of urban form and the reuse of buildings in modern Detroit and Rome (Italy). This exhibition catalog includes 3 U scholarly essays and 25 catalog entries describing the Usage history of buildings in Detroit & Rome.
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