Detroit a city with the most stunning pre-depression architecture in the country, is currently in ruins, waiting for economic revival. French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre set out to document the cities decaying and abandoned treasures.
Brush Park, Detroit in the 1900's. The area experiences a decline in the 20th Century. The Great Depression led to many mansions being subdivided into apartments and others fell to disuse. Many of the mansions are beyond repair, some demolished. But the area is experiencing a revival. Frost House is seen in the middle. Now demolished