The Hidden Women of Architecture and Design

In the nineteen-fifties, the designers and developers of Detroit's Lafayette Park believed that they had thought of everything to make city living as attractive as any suburb. A marquee architect from Chicago, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, had created an array of housing options-rental and coöperative-in modernist slab towers, bars of attached town houses, and rows of low courtyard houses.

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