The exterior of the Farwell, as seen from Capitol Park
The building is a prime example of the architectural style known as the Chicago school
Front facade detail of the Farwell Building
Looking down the jaw-dropping rotunda of the Farwell
Beautifully restored main entrance
The staircase of the Farwell building
The lobby of the Farwell, where two Tiffany chandeliers once hung. They were stolen when the building was abandoned.
The grand staircase
The building originally had three elevators; due to their size, the elevators were reconfigured into two main elevators
An octagonal light court stretches through the building from top to bottom.
Floor number indicators were inspired from the original drawings of the Farwell building
The Farwell Building has the only commercial lobby in Detroit designed by Louis Tiffany
Stairway railing detail
A Shinola clock in the Farwell building
Another view from the grand staircase
Another view at the rotunda and staircase
The cast iron railings and staircases are the defining features of the building
The Farwell building and the Book Tower - two historic Detroit restorations in the early 2020s.