September 17, 2017
Thank You, Detroit Public Library!
There’s no doubt that the Detroit Public Library Main Branch is often called the most beautiful building in Detroit. It was designed in the Italian-Renaissance style by Cass Gilbert—the same architect who designed the US Supreme Court Building in DC and the Woolworth Building in NYC, one of the country’s first skyscrapers.
Check out 7 wonders of the space here.
The Detroit Public Library system contains over 4.1 million items spread across 23 branches, the largest library system in the state. DPL hosts book clubs, offers career and employment assistance and computer skills classes, and houses a teen center at the main branch to provide an inspiring environment for learning.
We are so excited for Klip Collective’s 3D video mapping project, “The Librarian,” to illuminate the Woodward façade and highlight the essential work of librarians.
Thank you so much to the Detroit Public Library for your partnership in Dlectricity. We would not be here without you!