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    The Nissan Styling Studio, part of the Nissan Technical Center campus in Farmington Hills, Michigan, was designed by Luce et Studio. Albert Kahn Associates served as executive architect.
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    Albert Kahn Associates designed the rest of the Nissan Technical Center campus.
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    Light-colored wood dominates the interior of the Park House in Ann Arbor.
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    Ply Architecture designed a major addition to the Park House, a private home that stands on a steeply sloping site adjacent to a park.
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    Progressive AE designed the Steelcase WorkLab, an interactive, LEED Platinum-certified visitor pavilion inside a Steelcase facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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    Built from 100 aluminum cones, the Shadow Pavilion on the grounds of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor was designed by Ply Architecture.
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