Frozen Detroit House
Ice House Detroit was created to call attention to the troubled urban conditions in the Michigan metropolis. Photographer Gregory Holm and architect Matthew Radune chose one out of 20,000 abandoned homes in Detroit and froze it, turning the crumbled structure into a crystallized marvel. It was a beautiful transformation with a serious message about the city’s economic crisis. After winter faded, and the ice house melted, it was demolished and reclaimed for other purposes.