The 129-room hotel, opened yesterday, offers fashionable digs in the heart of downtown Detroit.
This September, the Motor City is celebrating its arts, culture, and design—past, present, and future—with a diverse array of happenings.
From Detroit to Seoul, these cities manage to have global design influence while maintaining a their unique regional identities.
Award-winning photographer Camilo Vergara recounts his memories of Detroit, a city that "has lost so much of the mystery and strangeness of its ruins" as to be almost unrecognizable.
An exhibit opening tomorrow at the Saint-Étienne design biennial highlights Detroit-based partnerships that have produced truly innovative projects.
For America’s legacy cities, refugees would not only boost economies but enrich the lives of residents.
Many have pegged Detroit’s comeback to a rebirth of manufacturing. A collaborative working space shows the way forward by linking entrepreneurial making with urban growth.
The A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education is among the country's foremost creative hubs.
The executive director of the nonprofit Urban Social Assembly works to strengthen community ties and galvanize social innovation in Detroit.
This community leader is helping to forge a healthy connection between urban farming and new employment opportunities for Detroit’s youth.
The Bruner Loeb Forum Detroit sparks conversation on ways to bring life back to our struggling cities.
Are architects ready to be part of a shared adventure?
Long time resident relates what it is like living in Mies van der Rohe's masterpiece
Can the Big Three automakers stave off bankruptcy, kick their addiction to gas guzzlers, and create the next generation of cleaner, greener vehicles?