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Albert Kahn, the architect who defined Detroit

The General Motors building in Detroit's New Center, opened in 1920, is one of the many Detroit landmarks designed by Albert Kahn, whose unique style has given the city its distinctive architectural flavor. While best known for his industrial projects, Kahn's distinctive style can be seen in many commercial buildings in the area.

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Albert Kahn, the architect who defined Detroit