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Cranbrook Academy of Art

The Cranbrook Academy of Art, located near Detroit, Michigan is an influential school of architecture and design. Founded in 1932 by philanthropist George Gough Booth and Eliel Saarinen, it migrated design from the arts and crafts movement through the international style.

Famous students include Carl Milles, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames, Ray Eames, Maija Grotell, Ralph Rapson, Eero Saarinen, and Florence Knoll.

The school currently offers a Master of Fine Arts and Master of Architecture degree.