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Suns End Retreat by Wheeler Kearns Architects

By • Mar 13, 2015 •  Selected Work 

Suns End Retreat by Wheeler Kearns Architects (19)

Suns End Retreat is a private residence designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects.

The home was completed in 2014 and is located in Michigan, USA.

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M-22 House by Michael Fitzhugh Architect

By • Feb 18, 2014 •  Selected Work 

M-22 House is an elegant private residence designed by Michael Fitzhugh Architect.

It overlooks West Grand Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan, and makes extensive use of rich wood to give its interior warmth and sophistication.

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Yingst Retreat by Salmela Architect

By • Dec 29, 2013

Yingst Retreat is a residential project completed by Salmela Architect in 2008.

It measures 4,000 square feet and is located in Michigan, Michigan.

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Walloon Lake House by DUDZIK Studios

By • Jul 11, 2013

This contemporary home is a project by DUDZIK Studios located in Walloon Lake, MI, USA.

It sits a top a hill overlooking the blue waters of one of Ernest Hemingway’s preferred vacation spots.

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Glen Lake Tower by Balance Associates Architects

By • Mar 21, 2013 •  Selected Work 

This sustainable home is a 2011 project by Balance Associates Architects located in the state of Michigan, USA.

Its height and cantilevered balconies allow the clients to better appreciate views of the surrounding landscape.

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Abandoned Houses by Kevin Bauman

By • Oct 27, 2011 •  Selected Work 

According to the Wall Street Journal, Detroit’s population has fallen steadily since the heyday of the auto industry in the 1950s, when it peaked around 1.85 million to 713,777 in 2010.

The declines have accelerated in recent years as manufacturing jobs have disappeared and the mortgage crisis has devastated even stable, middle-class neighborhoods.

The number of abandoned or vacant  homes and residential lots doubled in the past decade to nearly 80,000, more than one-fifth of the city’s housing stock, the Census Bureau reported.

Concerned about the decadent state of the buildings from his home town, photographer Kevin Bauman has been working since the mid 90’s to document Detroit’s abandoned homes.

His project 100 Abandoned Houses shows us how “amazing, depressing, and perplexing a once great city could find itself in such great distress”. It looks like a real estate catalog, but not in the typical way!”

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