Balthazar Korab is a photographer based in Detroit, Michigan who specializes in architectural, art and landscape photography. He was born in Budapest in 1926 and migrated to France in 1949. In 1955, Korab arrived in the United States, and Eero Saarinen employed him to photograph the architectural design process. The photo here is of Saarinen’s Dulles International Airport Terminal, Chantilly, Virginia, circa 1962. The excellent new exhibition ‘Speed Limits’ at the Wolfsonian has some beautiful prints of Korab’s photos of the inside of the North Carolina Mutual Life Building.