The Cranbrook Educational Community is a magnificent 315-acre display of architecture and sculpture amid woodland, meadows, and gardens. Author Kathryn Eckert and photographer Balthazar Korab beautifully capture Cranbrook’s campus, buildings, and works of sculpture in nine Walks around Eliel Saarinen’s internationally renowned Cranbrook campus and adjacent schools and neighborhoods.
Over eighty buildings and works of sculpture that are rich in historical and artistic significance
Works by eminent designers Saarinen, Kevin Roche, Peter Rose, Rafael Moneo, and Tod Williams & Billie Tsien
Beautifully restored historic Cranbrook House and Gardens by Albert Kahn and landscape architect Ossian Cole Simonds
Bertram Goodhue’s Gothic-inspired Christ Church Cranbrook
The revered Natural History and Science Museum at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, newly expanded by Steven Holl
Neighboring Homestead Properties; Brookside Lower School; Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School; Cranbrook Academy of Art; Kingswood Campus; Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Warren, and Fenton; and Detroit landmarks.