Design is in Detroit's DNA. Called "the cradle of American design," the city has given birth to icons ranging from Herman Miller to the Ford Motor Company and was once the stomping grounds of prolific creators like Florence Knoll, Eero Saarinen, Minoru Yamasaki and Howard Sims and Harold Varner, Detroit's most prominent 20th century Black architects; Charles and Ray Eames met at the city's legendary Cranbrook Academy of Art, considered the birthplace of American Modernism. More recently, in...


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