Armed with optimism for the future, architect Matthew Radune and photographer Gregory Holm have created an art installation designed to bring attention to the precarious state of Detroit's infrastructure.

Armed with optimism for the future, architect Matthew Radune and photographer Gregory Holm have created an art installation designed to bring attention to the  precarious state of Detroit's infrastructure.

The duo's project is called the Ice House; it's an abandoned structure that's been completely covered over with ice. Looking like a house stuck in a moment in time, the glistening building highlights the unfortunate past and great potential the city holds.

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Ice House Detroit

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