Historic Detroit

Nettleton, Kahn & Trowbridge

Firm comprised of George Nettleton, Albert Kahn and Alexander Trowbridge.

Albert Kahn went on to become the best-known architect in Detroit, designing a number of landmark buildings and revolutionizing factory design.

After Trowbridge left the firm he was the dean of the School of Architecture at Cornell University and later started the New York-based firm of Trowbridge & Ackerman.