Monty Nye of Grand Ledge was the first person to correctly identify the July 13 “Eye for Design,” which showed one of the stone carvings at Lansing’s Firehouse #1 (below), at Shiawassee Street and Grand Avenue. Built in 1949, the building features bas-relief depictions of antique fire equipment, offering a subtle complement to the brightly covered roof that mimics the red trucks within.
Continuing with more carved stone, the first person to correctly identify the location of the detail above, which is in East Lansing, will receive a City Pulse Eye for Design mug. Send your answer to email@example.com by Wednesday, Aug. 17.
— Daniel E. Bollman, AIA