Be inspired by metro Detroiters’ spaces

I Need My Space features the stylized rooms of prominent metro Detroiters written by Megan Swoyer. This Hour Detroit monthly segment is featured in print, digital, and now video. This full-page magazine spread shares the beautiful spaces, background on the owner and tips and tricks you can use in your own space. This article lives on the Hour Detroit website natively and within the digital edition.


Located at the border between the city’s North End and Milwaukee Junction, the three-story building — formerly the Maurice Fox Ford sales and service station — features retail space on the first floor and 18 industrial-style lofts on the second and third floors.

Weiss’ gallery (previously known as Next:Space) supports Detroit artists and designers who create functional art objects. The gallery is on the first floor of the building and neighbors a clothing store, design firm, and comic book shop.

Here, we take a peek at her gallery (which was once a mechanic shop) and tour her loft, where every item has a story behind it.

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Gallery Credits: Cody Norman, Paula Schubatis, Forrest Hudes, Katie Shulman, Dawson Moore, Bryan Rees, Yazmin Dababneh, Nina Cho, Kayla Powers, Benjamin Teague, Jon Gieger, Kira Keck, Cassidy Kaufman, Minji Namgoong, Eleanor Anderson, Seth Keller

Apartment Credits: Nicholas Tilma, Mary Kim, Nina Cho, Nanci LaBret Einstein, Cody Norman, Colin Tury,Alex Drew and NO ONE, Paula Schubatis, Coup d’Etat, Cassidy Kaufman, zuckerhosen, Forrest Hudes