The Miller January 2014

A mid-century modernist house designed by Eero Saarinen, the Miller House in Columbus, Indiana, is open to the public. The architect is usually known for his dramatic buildings but this house is just as exquisitely detailed and mathematically minded. The interiors were designed by Alexander Girard and gardens by Dan Kiley. The home is now run by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Tour tickets available through the Columbus Indiana Visitors Center.

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