Even inside Detroit's Indian Village this tall, timbered structure stands out. With its square shape, double-hipped roof and red tile shingles, the architecture is closest to German Baroque plus strong input from the Arts and Crafts Movement.
S.S. Kresge Mansion, Detroit, MI. This was the home of the founder of the S.S. Kresge five-and-dime stores that eventually became Kmart. Located in Detroit's Boston-Edison neighborhood, which was the home of the city's elite in the pre WWI era. The Cleveland, OH based firm of Meade and Hamilton designed the home.