Ann Arbor, Michigan
Designed by Albert Kahn in 1913 and recently renovated for $33 million, Hill Auditorium was designed to be a monument to perfect acoustics, the result of a collaboration with the pre-eminent acoustical engineer of the time, Hugh Tallant. The organ beating at the heart of the auditorium was manufactured by the Farrand & Votey Company of Detroit for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
Hill Auditorium IV
Beartown Road Design print-images are printed in-house on a Canon Pixma Pro-10 printer. Prints are currently available in two paper sizes – 9" x 13”, and 13" x 19". Image size is slightly smaller to accommodate a small margin on all sides. Prints will be mounted on foam-core board, sized for either a 14 1/2" x 18 1/2" frame for the SMALL print, or 21" x 27" for the LARGE print.
Mat is Dark Grey.
Frame is Graphite Metal.
(Watermark does *not* appear in final print.)