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1936-37 Marc Piccard
Ford Rotunda, Albert Kahn, 1933
Built first as a temporary exhibition space for the 1934 Chicago Expo, then rebuilt in Dearborn, Michigan, this time of more durable materials, ultimately destroyed in a fire in 1962. An impressive display of Kahn's ability as a designer of uncompromisingly modern industrial architecture with great symbolic flair.