Fisher Building

3011 West Grand Boulevard

Detroit Michigan USA (1928)


Architect: Albert Kahn Associates

30 floors / 444 ft. – 135 m height

Materials: Limestone, granite and marble

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3rd floor walk way

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The 3 level barrel vaulted lobby was constructed with over 40 different kinds of marble.
(by Hungarian artist Géza Maróti)

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It is easy to understand why the Fisher Building is usually called “Detroit’s largest art object”


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The original theater was designed to look like a Mayan temple with carvings of jungle animals with glowing red eyes.

Real parrots and live macaws were free to roam around the lobby


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In the early 60s the theater was refurbished and replaced with a smaller live performance venue.


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Nowadays






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