I was up at the Troy office today and on the way home, I decided to stop by Southfield as I've been meaning to do that for a while. I'm not a huge fan of modern buildings but Southfield as some pretty neat ones.
Southfield is a suburb that is about 30 miles or so northwest of Detroit. It was founded in the early 1800's by settlers from nearby Royal Oak and Birmingham. It was first organized as Ossewa Township in 1830 and 17 days later the name was changed to Southfield. It's name was because it was in the Southfields of Bloomfield Township. It is now a center of commerce with several large firms operating headquarters there.
I think I'm gonna have to spend a little more time here and get some other angles and stuff. If more modern buildings looked like these, I wouldn't have as much of a problem with modern buildings.