Affleck House

The Affleck House is the first Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house to be built in the Detroit metropolitan area and is one of the finest examples in the world of the architect’s Usonian style.

Built by Gregor S. and Elizabeth B. Affleck, the house was donated to Lawrence Technological University in 1978 by their children, Mary Ann Affleck Lutomski and Gregor P. Affleck, for use as a teaching resource for the University’s College of Architecture and Design faculty and students.

The house was laser scanned in 2014 as a way to preserve in digital format, the existing state of the house. The colored point cloud data set was donated to Lawrence Technological University to be used as a teaching tool for students and to assist in efforts to restore and preserve the historical value of the site.

These images are presented by permission of Lawrence Tech University.

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Historical Preservation Projects