就在微软和苹果等等科技园区的传奇崛起前，通用汽车技术中心（General Motors Technical Center）算是传奇始祖，该栋建筑物是着名建筑大师Eero Saarinen的首件重要作品。
这栋标志性建筑於1956年竣工，并於2014年在美国被列为国家历史名迹。本书作者（也是通用汽车的资深设计师）Susan Skarsgard以个人丰富的经验与观察，在本书细述了通用汽车在美国的地位，可以说读懂了通用汽车的历史，也就读懂了美国汽车工业史。此外，还精彩的描述该设计案的来龙去脉，其中包括介绍建筑大师Eero Saarinen与同为建筑师父亲Eliel Saarinen以及他们的相关作品。本书含有大量精彩图片与解说，还有很多从未曝光过的文件丶访谈丶设计手稿和建筑蓝图等等。
Chapter 1 GM HISTORY
Chapter 2 ELIEL SAARINEN
Chapter 3 EERO SAARINEN
Chapter 4 CONSTRUCTION
Chapter 5 DEDICATION
Chapter 6 AN ARCHITECTURE OF INTERSPACES
Chapter 7 CONTRAST AND JUXTAPOSITION
Chapter 8 PRECISION AND INNOVATION
Susan Skarsgard是通用汽车的设计史料和特别馆藏（GM Design Archive & Special Collections）的创始人。她的艺术创作丶手工书丶书法和商业设计等等作品享誉国际。
This large, spectacular book not only tells the story of this massive design and engineering endeavor but also contains a multitude of period photographs. [Where Today Meets Tomorrow] is important because few people have been inside the Tech Center and very few have experienced the totality of the site. Inside the pages, you'll get a tour of the many facets of this unique corporate installation. The author presents the history of the company, the Warren installation and the personalities involved. You'll even get to see Harley Earl's impressive desk.
-- View Through The Windshield
Susan Skarsgard takes us inside the seldom seen world of the General Motors Technical Center in Warren. Skarsgard worked as a designer for General Motors and analyzes the architecture of her former stomping grounds with the careful eye of an engineer. Her book is illustrated with photography and art preserved by the company and the two generations of Saarinens who were primarily responsible for the design of the Tech Center.
-- Lansing City Pulse
Where Today Meets Tomorrow offers an engaging portrait of Eero Saarinen's General Motors Technical Center, in Warren, Michigan....Drawing on a wealth of historical documents and captivating photography, Skarsgard offers an engaging account that brings to life the central figures, key concepts and design execution that created this American masterwork.
-- Chicago Tribune
It's the landmark in architectural history few Detroiters are familiar with--hidden, as it is, behind a gate in Warren and off-limits to all but General Motors employees and guests. Happily, Susan Skarsgard has lifted the veil with a spectacular new coffee-table book.
-- Detroit News
The General Motors Technical Center is widely regarded as an icon of midcentury architectural design and has received generous praise as a landmark project since its opening in 1956. Over 60 years later, General Motors designer Susan Skarsgard offers a detailed history of architect Eero Saarinen's original construction and design of the center via her new book. Where Today Meets Tomorrow: Eero Saarinen and the General Motors Technical Center includes photographs, architectural drawings, interviews, documents, and an unprecedented level of insight on the process of creating such an iconic project....The center was even deemed a National Historic Landmark in 2014. Ironically, despite receiving such acclaim and status, this landmark was not very well known for a long time, as it was mostly kept hidden behind closed doors and only admitted employees and guests. That's what makes this new book all the more exciting.
-- Yahoo! News
Longtime GM designer Susan Skarsgard weaves a detailed insider's account of the early days of General Motors, the initiation of the technical center project under Eliel Saarinen, its design and construction under Eero Saarinen, and the enthusiastic acclaim the campus received upon its opening....This lavishly illustrated account is a unique document of a landmark project, presented in photographs and architectural drawings, interviews, documents, and ephemera, many never before seen.
- 今日与明日相遇之处：建筑大师Eero Saarinen与通用汽车技术中心
- Where Today Meets Tomorrow: Eero Saarinen and the General Motors Technical Center
- 作者：Susan Skarsgard
- 出版社代理人：Princeton Architectural Press（美国）