Empty Pavilion installation in Detroit.
Detroit’s stark unemployment and population loss have spurred plenty of ideas for redevelopment, from new manufacturing to urban agriculture. A recently unveiled piece of public art meditates on one thing the city has in excess: empty space.
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Filed Under: depopulation, Detroit, empty space, Top, University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
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