Fisher Building Visit – A Detroit Icon

Fisher Building Theatre Detroit Michigan

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This winter most of my photography has been relegated to the indoors.  It’s been a long, cold snowy winter!  So that has led to more shooting indoors, such as macro photography, light painting and architectural shoots.

The Fisher Building is one of the better-known iconic Detroit buildings designed by Albert Kahn and built in 1928.  The lobby is lavishly awash with marble and the ceilings made up of beautiful mosaics of birds and people.  The building is also comprised of the Fisher Theatre (which I remember going to as a kid to see “Annie”).

Here is a collection of images taken on Saturday, Feb. 22.  This is my second photographic visit to the Fisher – it is hard to not keep coming back to take photos!

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The front door of the Fisher Building in Detroit, MI.
The front door of the Fisher Building in Detroit, MI.

 

Fisher Building Detroit Michigan
Beautiful light fixtures along the interior of the Fisher Building in Detroit.

 

Fisher Building Detroit Michigan
Light fixture and light patterns on the second floor of the Fisher Building

 

Fisher Building Detroit Michigan
Looking up towards the second floor in the Fisher Building, Detroit, MI.

 

Fisher Building in Detroit, MI
Beautiful mosaics on the ceiling of the Fisher Building in Detroit, MI

 

Fisher Building Detroit Michigan
Marble pillars and beautiful ceiling tile make up the lobby of the Fisher Building in Detroit, MI.

 

Fisher Building Theatre Detroit Michigan
Entrance to the Fisher Theatre inside the Fisher building lobby.

 

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2 thoughts on “Fisher Building Visit – A Detroit Icon

  1. Mark says:

    I really like the bright vibrance to these images Alanna. I am trying to think back – I don’t know if I have ever been in the Fisher Building.

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