Cass Tech Detroit Blueprint Scarf
Detroit's Cass Technical High School Blueprint scarf, linen-weave pashmina. Wear a part of Detroit's architectural history! Illustration from original 1917 blueprints. Makes a great gift for architecture lovers in Detroit and worldwide. Impress architecture students and established professionals!
• Pattern: Cass Tech blueprint screen print.
• Fabric: Viscose (modal linen)
• Texture: Woven linen-like.
• Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
• Scarf size: 74" x 28" with 3" tassels on both ends.
• Print size: 14" x 18" at one end.
• Color: Navy and other dark colors. You pick!
• Care: Hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry.
• Creases and folds? Iron high.
These prints were in bad shape when they were found, so we've digitally restored photos of the original prints to minimize their creases and water damage. Cass Technical School was built in 1917 by architects William E. Higginbotham (1858-1923) and partner William G. Malcomson. They both designed many schools, churches and residential buildings throughout Detroit from 1894 to 1923. Albert Kahn Associates designed the modern addition which was completed in 1985. The school was damaged in a fire and abandoned in 2007 and later demolished.
Shown: White on navy. Hand screen printed in the USA in Cyberoptix's Detroit Michigan studio, located in Historic Eastern Market.